Trump to go after Biden in highly anticipated CPAC speech

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Former President Donald Trump will use his highly anticipated speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference this Sunday to slam the Biden administration and highlight areas of policy disagreement, according to Fox News.

The former commander in chief will also direct considerable attention to issues like illegal immigration, energy policy, the closing of schools and identity politics.

The speech will be the 45th president’s first since leaving the White House. In the month since he’s left public life, Trump has been mostly silent.

When he has spoken out, it has largely been through statements released by a spokesperson.

A representative for the former president could not immediately be reached by The Post for comment on his speech.

Former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows revealed more details about the upcoming speech in a Thursday night interview with Fox News.

“Well you’re going to see a speech on Sunday that talks about not only the beginning, but what the future may look like, and I’m excited about it,” the former House Freedom Caucus chairman told the network.

“I spoke to President Trump last night for a fairly lengthy conversation where [we] we’re talking about America, where it needs to go, continuing the America first agenda,” Meadows continued, “But more importantly than that, how this President — Biden — has undermined that particular policy within days. And we see it.”

“What we will see on Sunday is we will see the start of planning for the next administration. And I can tell you, the people that are at the top of that list, all of them have Trump as their last name.”

In his keynote speech at the conservative conference, the 45th commander in chief is also expected to declare himself the “presumptive 2024 nominee.”

With Post wires

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