Trump to speak at Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in first public appearance since leaving White House, Next Sunday, Pence declines the invitation

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Former President Donald Trump will speak at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando, Florida, next Sunday, while previous Vice President Mike Pence declined an invitation to talk at the conference.

It is stated that coordinators still want to alter Pence’s mind about going to, while some people are saying that Pence is planning to remain under the radar for the next 6 months. 
Politico initially reported that Pence refused the invitation.

The degree of difference between the two former leaders, which comes as the GOP is grappling with its future following the Trump presidency, follows tensions between Trump and also Pence bordering the January 6 trouble at the US Capitol and Pence’s duty accrediting the results of the political election for Head of state Joe Biden.

“Trump will make his address on the final day of the three-day event, which will run from February 25 to 28, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters.“He’ll be talking about the future of the Republican party and the conservative movement,” the source said, according to Reuters.

“Also look for the 45 th president to take on President [Joe] Biden’s disastrous amnesty and border policies.”Since leaving the White House last month, Trump has been cocooned in his Mar-A-Lago residence.

He is said to be relaxing, calling friends, binging cable news, and spending a significant amount of time on the golf course, according to a recent Politico report.

The former president has been keeping a relatively low-profile even throughout his second impeachment trial, which resulted in his acquittal.

Trump to speak at CPAC in first public appearance since leaving office
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