This Sunday marks the fourth and final day of the 2021 Conservative Political Action Conference.
Since Thursday, February 25, speakers from Texas salon owner Shelley Luther to Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, Donald Trump Jr., Fox News host Tomi Lahren, and others have delivered speeches at CPAC.
Remarks at this conservative conference center around the need for conservatism, the future of the Republican Party, and the present direction of the nation.
Today marks the arrival of the final addresses at this year’s CPAC. Furthermore, Newsmax has confirmed that former President Donald Trump will deliver the closing speech at CPAC tonight.
What to Expect from Trump’s CPAC 2021 Closing Speech
According to aides of the former president, Trump is expected to cover a series of issues when he addresses CPAC tonight. These issues will pertain to the Biden presidency, America’s future, the Republican Party’s future, and various policies that will impact the country.
The subject matter of big technology monopolies is also listed in Trump’s CPAC speech. The former president will urge for the breakup of tech company monopolies dominated by the likes of Amazon, Google, Facebook, etc.
— CPAC 2021 (@CPAC) February 28, 2021
After discussing the above matters, Trump will also slam the extremism of Biden’s immigration policies. Thus far, the current president has worked towards opening borders and importing mass amounts of illegal immigrants, ending the Remain in Mexico policy from the Trump administration.
The Republican Party After CPAC 2021
With CPAC 2021 coming to an end today, the Republican Party will have much ahead in the weeks and months to proceed.
Last week, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy reiterated that Republicans are only five seats away from the majority. Getting the GOP back in control of the House of Representatives (and hence retiring Nancy Pelosi) is one main goal for Republicans as 2022 midterms get closer.
— Scott Walker (@ScottWalker) February 27, 2021
Bringing the party together is another goal. The fallout from the 2020 presidential election caused friction and infighting within the GOP, none of which is conducive to the party’s future. In addition to delivering the closing speech at CPAC tonight, Trump will also play a pivotal role in helping Republicans win these critical 2022 midterm races.
Are you looking forward to Donald Trump’s closing speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference tonight? What do you think the future for the Republican Party looks like in the United States? Let us know where you stand down below in the comments section.