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Former US President Donald Trump will join political enthusiasts for the first time since his exit from the White House.  He will attend the last day of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Orlando, Florida on February 28.  It is believed that this conference will get a response to the steps taken by President Joe Biden on the decisions taken before Trump.  He may also consider issues related to Iran and the United Nations and Mexico's border policy.

 Future Movement Profile

  Trump may also illustrate the future movement of the Republican Party and the Conservative movement in the CPAC.  The former US President has recently completed a four-year term and is also free from impeachment in the Parliament (Capitol Hill) violence on 6 January.  This will be his first speech among Conservative supporters after his departure from the presidency.  The conference will also be attended by former Secretary of State Mike Ponpio, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and South Dakota Governor Christie Noam.  Trump has had a major role in the CPAC and it also increased his political power.
 
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