Trump goes to speak at congress conservative activists

Former President Donald Trump will give a speech at the annual congress of conservative activists, the CPAC next Sunday. It will be his first public appearance since he left the White House.

The congress is held in the U.S. state of Florida, where Trump has resigned since his resignation. Trump will discuss the future of the Republican Party and the conservative movement in Orlando, saying anonymous sources to the news agencies Bloomberg and Reuters. He will probably also attack the immigration policy of his successor, the Democrat Joe Biden.

Trump is not the only well-known speaker; members of the cabinet are also coming from his reign. Ministers Mike Pompeo (Foreign Affairs) and Ben Carson (Housing) will speak.


The event would actually be held in Washington, but has been moved to Orlando. Thousands of participants are expected.

Trump has been largely out of publicity over the past month. In conservative radio stations, he did respond by telephone to the death of a friend radio host Rush Limbaugh. He also expressed fierce criticism of the Republican Senate leader Mitch McConnell in a written statement.