Former President Donald Trump returns to the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Dallas to deliver the keynote address.
Trump is scheduled to begin speaking at 6:30 PM ET / 5:30 PM CST.
Trump’s speech comes after a successful Tuesday night in which the vast majority of candidates he supported won primaries in Arizona, Michigan and Missouri.
It even looks like Trump is going to move Another victory As congressional candidate Joe Kent, Rep. Jaime Herrera Butler (R-W.D.), who voted to impeach Trump, is expected to pass in the third primaries in the Washington congressional district.
As of Wednesday, Trump has a record of 172-10 in endorsements for the federal and state primaries leading up to the 2022 midterm session.
While the former president has yet to officially announce his candidacy for the presidency in the 2024 race, he has repeatedly hinted that he might.
If Trump decides to run, he appears to have overwhelming support from Republican voters as a recent Harvard and Harris poll showed Trump leading all other potential primary opponents with a 52 percent majority.
The former president spoke yesterday in Waukesha, Wisconsin, in support of Governor Tim Michaels’ candidate.
The CPAC 2022 conference in Texas runs August 4-7.
The convention features many prominent Republican politicians and conservative figures, including Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas), Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla), Texas Governor Greg Abbott (R), and candidate Republican Arizona Governor Carrie Lake, TV host Sean Hannity, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin (right), Nigel Farage, and many others.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban also addressed the conference on Thursday.
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