Trump Criticizes Biden’s First Month in Office at CPAC

(ReliableNews.org) – On February 28 Former President Donald Trump spoke at Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). It was his first public speech since leaving office in January. He touched on a lot of topics during the event and wasn’t afraid to tell the crowd exactly how he feels about Joe Biden’s presidency. 

Trump told the group of Republicans that he was “going to continue to fight” by their side. He let them know that his time wasn’t over and slammed Biden for “how far left” his administration has moved. The former president said the GOP knew “the Biden administration was going to be bad” but didn’t imagine “just how bad.” He said the country went from “America first to America last” in the last month.

 

The former president didn’t formally announce a bid for the White House in four years, but he didn’t rule it out either. Trump still has a massive amount of support among Republican voters, so if he does decide to run he is largely expected to win the GOP nomination. While he decides what he is going to do in the future, it’s clear he isn’t going to shy away from criticizing his successor. 

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