When former President Donald Trump spoke at 2021’s CPAC on Sunday, there were many key takeaways.
Here is everything you need to know about Donald Trump’s speech.
Donald Trump opened up by asking CPAC, “Do you miss me yet?”
The crowd roared in ovation.
Trump encouraged the crowd by saying things are “far from over.”
Before diving into the substance of his speech, Donald Trump referenced Rush Limbaugh, who passed away just days before.
Trump told his audience that Rush was watching from above.
However, Donald Trump clarified his previous statement when he addressed the rumors of a new party.
“We are not starting new parties, they kept saying ‘he’s going to start a brand new party’ we have the Republican Party, it’s going to unite and be stronger than ever before — I am not starting a new party, that was fake news,” Trump said.
The former President also told his audience that he didn’t think that Biden would be ‘further left than he imagined.
He went on to say that Biden is now subscribing to an awful progressive agenda.
“Joe Biden has had the most disastrous first month of any president in modern history,” Trump said.
He calls him “anti-jobs, anti-families, anti-border, anti-energy, anti-women and anti-science.”
“In one short month, we have gone from America First to America Last,” Donald Trump said.
Trump went on to rip Joe Biden apart for his policies regarding immigration.
With a surprise hint, Trump went on to say some things regarding the 2024 election.
Donald Trump claimed to have beaten the Democrats twice and maybe even once more.
“Who knows — I may even decide to beat them for a third time,” Trump said.
Trump then went on to say that Biden was ruining the school system.
He accused Biden of “selling out America’s children to the teachers’ unions.”
Later on in the speech, Trump took a stance against Biden’s policies on trans-women in women in sports.
Trump went on to attack big tech in his speech as well.
“Republicans and conservatives must open up our platforms and repeal section 230 liability protections — and if the federal government refuses to act, then every state in the union, where we have the votes…Big Tech giants like Google and Facebook must be punished with sanctions whenever they silence conservative voices.”
After tearing apart Silicon Valley, Trump moved towards the cowards in his own party.
Addressing the Senators who betrayed him, Donald Trump called out Sens. Mitt Romney, Ben Sasse, Richard Burr, Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowski, Pat Toomey.
On the House of Representatives side of things, Donald Trump attacked Reps. Tom Rice, Adam Kinzinger, Anthony Gonzalez, Fred Upton, Peter Mayer, John Katko and Liz Cheney.
“Get rid of them all,” Trump said.
Trump finished his speech with patriotic quotes and leading the audience in his rally-style empowerment.
Watch the entire speech in the video below.
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