Former President Donald Trump will claim he is the leader of the Republican party and its “presumptive nominee in 2024” when he makes his first public appearance since leaving office during the Conservative Political Action Conference next weekend in Orlando, according to a report.
CPAC STRIP THE SPEAKER AFTER THE ANTI-SEMITIC OBSERVATION SURFACE
A longtime Trump adviser told Axios that his CPAC speech will be a “show of force” and said the message will be: “I may not have Twitter or the Oval Office, but I’m still in charge.” The source reportedly added that “revenge is his main obsession.”
Trump’s advisers will reportedly meet him in Mar-a-Lago this week to plan his next political moves and set the framework for the creation of kings in the 2022 midterm elections.
MESSAGE FROM TRUMP CPAC TO INCLUDE ‘MANY THANKS’ TO SUPPORTERS, LARA TRUMP EXPECTS
According to Axios, Trump is expected to go after the 10 House Republicans who voted to convict him at his impeachment, fueled by the January 6 riots in the US Capitol, and the seven Republican senators who voted. with the Democrats to condemn him.
Trump was acquitted, with 57 senators voting in favor of his conviction, less than the required two-thirds majority, and 43 against the conviction.
He also reportedly plans to argue in the CPAC speech that many of his predictions about President Biden have already come true.
“Trump is effectively the Republican Party,” Trump’s senior adviser Jason Miller told Fox News. “The only gulf is between Beltway insiders and grassroots Republicans across the country. When you attack President Trump, you are attacking Republican grassroots.”
Trump has found support from Republican state officials who censured some members of Congress who voted against him. Meanwhile, his leadership PAC, Save America, has $ 75 million available to help set primary challenges for incumbent Republicans who opposed him, as well as a database of tens of millions of names.
CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP
A Suffolk University / USA Today poll found that 46% of Trump supporters would leave the Republican Party and join a Trump party if he decided to create one, compared with 27% who would stay with the Republican Party.
Half of those polled said the Republican Party should become “more loyal to Trump,” even if that means losing the support of establishment Republicans, compared with 19% who say the party should become less loyal to Trump and more. aligned with the establishment Republicans.
The poll of 1,000 Trump voters, identified from the 2020 polls, was conducted by landline and cell phone from Monday through Friday. The margin of error is plus or minus 3.1 percentage points.
Brooke Singman of Fox News contributed to this report.