Trump will speak on February 28 for the first time since leaving office

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Former U.S. President Donald Trump will speak publicly for the first time since leaving office. On February 28, he will address the participants of the Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando. This was reported on February 20 by TV channel CNN, citing sources.

It is reported that Trump will speak “about the future of the Republican Party and the conservative movement. It is noted that former U.S. Vice President Mike Pence declined an invitation to speak at the conference. However, the organizers still hope that he will change his decision.

On February 15, it was reported that Trump plans to resume his participation in the political life of the country and to start communicating with journalists again.

On Feb. 13, the U.S. Senate acquitted Trump in impeachment proceedings. Fifty-seven senators voted in favor of acquittal, while 43 voted to condemn him. Thus, the impeachment initiative did not garner the necessary two-thirds vote.

On the same day, Trump promised to present his vision for the future of the United States shortly.