Trump to discuss the future of Republicans and Joe Biden

Former US President Donald Trump will speak on Sunday February 28 at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) to be held in Orlando (Florida) to discuss the “future of the Republican Party and the conservative movement.”

A source familiar with the matter confirmed to CNN what will be Trump’s first intervention before a large audience since he ceased to be president of the United States on January 20.

Other unidentified sources also confirmed it to other US media.

The CNN source said Trump will also speak to the CPAC about “amnesty and disastrous border policy” of President Joseph Biden.

This week Trump, who after leaving the White House settled in his private club Mar-a-Lago, in southeastern Florida, gave his first interview as a former president to the Fox News channel and reiterated that he does not recognize Biden’s victory.

The interview took place after he was acquitted of charges of instigating the assault on the Capitol on January 6.

That day, his supporters, who had previously attended a rally in which Trump told them to “fight like hell” to protest the election result, managed to enter Congress in Washington and carried out acts of violence and vandalism.

Five people were killed in the incidents and dozens of people have been arrested for their involvement in the events.