A day before he speaks, Conservative gathering is mostly about Trump
A day before he speaks, Conservative gathering is mostly about Trump
John Matisonn | Donald Trump is back… for the weekend?
28 February, 2021, 14:54
Joe Biden's 36 day presidency has not been the traditional honeymoon president's hope for, but Donald Trump's return to the public stage on Sunday will likely mark the end of it, writes John Matisonn.
CPAC turned into an ode to Trump despite those doubts, with the golden statue seen as symbolizing widespread, continuing fealty to the former president. "As many of you know, there were indices of fraud that were out in Arizona, and yesterday, a federal district court judge allowed the state legislature, who has supremacy over the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, to access the Dominion machines and the ballots".
He credited former President Donald Trump with Republicans' unexpected pickup of 15 seats in the 2020 election, putting them just five seats away from taking the gavel away from Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
Pompeo assailed President Joe Biden and recalled what he said were the foreign policy successes of the Trump administration. Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell and others worry Trump will undermine the party's political future if he and his conspiracy theories continue to dominate Republican politics.
"It's not a chance, we're going to get the majority back".
"He will defend his vaccine work and be about as subtle as a two by four about it", the senior adviser said.
US Senator Ted Cruz of Texas speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando Florida on Friday. — Reuters
Zegan said the statue contains several symbolic elements that convey the spirit of Trump: the suit is for Trump's status as a businessman, the red tie represents the Republican party, the sandals are because Zegan thinks this is the time for Trump to be vacationing "in the lap of luxury" and the magic wand?
He brought the statue to Florida from Rosarito, which is on Mexico's west coast near the United States border. The closest runner-up within the ballot was former Vice President Mike Pence, with simply 12 %.
It is believed to be the first endorsement Trump has offered to a challenger of one of the Republicans who voted for his ouster.
Instead, Mr McConnell attempted to put to bed claims of a civil war within the GOP. He has already joined the fray, endorsing one of his former aides, Max Miller, who launched a primary challenge against Ohio Republican congressman Anthony Gonzalez on Friday.
Regardless of repeated false claims the election was stolen from him, Trump misplaced the vote to Democrat Joseph Biden, who took workplace final month - and has confronted rebuke from some members of his personal social gathering for the Capitol riot on January 6.
McConnell made the statement on Fox News Thursday. They are linked by a joint fundraising committee that will raise funds to bankroll both entities that among other things can donate to GOP candidates and pay for the former president's political travel. Ted Cruz, one of several potential 2024 presidential contenders who spoke at the event, being held this year in Orlando to bypass COVID-19 restrictions.
The Indiana Republican, who heads the conservative Republican Study Group, has sought to take a more prominent role in the caucus following Cheney's break with Trump.
Eventually, officials in the kingdom acknowledged Khashoggi had been killed but blamed the murder on a "rogue operation". His body was then dismembered and handed over to a local "collaborator" outside the consulate, prosecutors said.
The issue has been widely watched internationally as other countries including Canada and Britain consider similar legislation. Facebook's removal of news from its platform caused an uproar in Australia, including from consumers.
Sims said he was not surprised that the platforms would strike deals with the large city businesses first. Analysts say such deals will likely favor the top end of town, with smaller publishers missing out.
The president and Canadian prime minister will deliver statements about their bilateral meeting, virtually, around 5:45 p.m ET. Trudeau said they also discussed the strict border measures in place to protect people in both countries from the virus.
Meanwhile the Ford government is being criticised for the slow rollout when compared to provinces like Alberta and Quebec. One additional death was reported and 2,057 doses of the vaccine were administered, bringing the total to 65,436.
She said if officials have concerns that people are not isolating, they will work with Police to ensure they do stay at home. Authorities said on Saturday they did not know how Case M had contracted the virus.
The difference is in where they are manufactured, she said, using the analogy of the same recipe made in two different kitchens. Ottawa has ordered or reserved more than 400 million doses of vaccine from seven suppliers for a population of 38 million.
Additionally, 85 percent of respondents said they would back him in the general election if he were the nominee. More respondents said they were loyal to Trump (54%) than those who said they were loyal to the GOP (34%).
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