Trump to Speak at Dallas CPAC in July

by Alex Caldwell

Former President Donald Trump will reportedly speak at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Dallas this July. This will be one of Trump’s most high-profile speeches since he left office in January as his last in-person speech was in February at CPAC in Orlando.

“CPAC’s theme for 2021 is ‘America Uncanceled,'” said American Conservative Union Chairman Matt Schlapp. “We’re honored that he’ll join us in Dallas and remind us that freedom means never being silenced.”

Trump headlined CPAC in Orlando, Florida in February during his first high-profile appearance since leaving office.

Trump is also scheduled to give a private speech in North Carolina on Saturday for the state GOP’s annual Republican Party convention. He has vowed to begin holding public rallies in Florida, Ohio, and Georgia later this summer.

The former president will be making several upcoming appearances after he promised to play a role in winning the House and taking back the Senate in the 2022 midterms. Recent endorsements include Gov. Greg Abbott, R-Texas, and Sen. John Kennedy, R-La, who align with the America First agenda.

He has vowed to campaign against “disloyal” politicians such as Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska.

Trump endorsed Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (left) for re-election on Tuesday.

As far as 2024, Trump has teased the possibility of making another presidential run.

“There’s a continued, enduring interest and folks encouraging him to run in 2024, but he’s in no rush to make a decision. And he’ll do that at the appropriate time,” said Trump spokesperson Jason Miller.

Trump’s speech at the CPAC event in Dallas, which runs from July 9-11, could provide more clues as to his future presidential aspirations.

RSBN will be at CPAC to bring you live coverage on Trump’s remarks – stay tuned for more updates!

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