John Matisonn | Donald Trump is back… for the weekend?

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Февраля 28, 2021

The outrageous sculpture, which is more than 6-feet-tall, went viral when video was shared of it being wheeled through the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on Thursday.

Trump is scheduled to deliver a keynote speech Sunday to the conference in Orlando, Florida, making his first major public appearance since leaving office on January 20.

The golden statue garnered widespread attention online as the Republican party grapples with deep divisions over the extent to which it will embrace Trump. He has said he aims to play a role in Republican efforts to win back the House in 2022.

"We will not win the future by trying to go back to where the Republican Party used to be", echoed Florida Sen.

Fox News could not immediately reach the owner to the pro-Trump mobile, Rob Cortis, though it isn't the first time he has had his float taken away. The 200-pound fiberglass replica was made in Mexico by an American ex-pat, according to Politico. "Sadly he lost a bitterly contested election".

"Every year since 1974, ACU proudly hosts The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), the nation's largest gathering of conservatives".

"We had a great ruling in Arizona", Gosar said during a panel about immigration.

"Over and over, the courts rejected these claims - including all-star judges whom the President himself nominated", he said.

"They (rioted) because they had been fed wild falsehoods by the most powerful man on Earth because he was angry he lost an election", McConnell said on February 13 following Trump's acquittal in his most recent impeachment trial. "And the Georgia General Assembly even now is in process of fixing a lot of that, and so I think we're going to see some tremendous change in that regard".

On Feb. 13, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said former president Trump could still be held accountable within the criminal justice system.

"Libertad" shouted at the end of his speech Cruz, who appears as one of the potential candidates for the 2024 Republican primary, alongside fellow Hispanic Senator Marco Rubio. Voting rights advocates and Democrats have warned they will have significant restrictions on voting, particularly for non-white residents.

"But listen we have got to register the voters", he said.

"There's a very strong chance nearly certainty that a few of those Beltway elites will be name checked", said the senior adviser. On his first day in office, he signed an executive order mandating an "ambitious whole-of-government equity agenda" created to address concerns about systemic racism and a lack of diversity in federal policy-making and hiring.

'He's wearing a business suit because he's a business man, ' Zegan said to the New York Post.

Several members of the Trump government and some collaborators with him are also on the agenda, including Mike Pompeo, former Secretary of State, and Sarah Huckabee Sanders, a former White House press secretary.

"He may have more!"

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