The former president has been relatively quiet since exiting the Oval Office, but Donald Trump will deliver his first official speech at CPAC next week.
According to Breitbart News, Trump’s speech will address “the future of the Republican Party, a source told the outlet, and will also criticize Biden’s ‘disastrous amnesty and border policies.'”
As Breitbart noted, some of Trump’s silence has been due to censorship by big tech social media platforms:
The former president has been mostly quiet since leaving office and relocating with his family to Florida and has, moreover, been unable to use social media as a means to communicate with his supporters after Twitter permanently banned him from its app and Facebook, likewise, indefinitely suspended him following the January 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.
Although specifics have been few and far between, Trump appears to be moving forward with using his political action committee (PAC) Saving America to advance a pro-America agenda through carefully selected politicians and personalities.
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