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 Trump’s speech Sunday in Florida

24.02.21.  President Donald Trump in his first public appearance since leaving the White House in Florida next Sunday. He will lay out an optimistic vision for America and focus on standing up to China, reviving U.S. manufacturing, dismantling the monopoly of Big Tech, reopening schools, and securing the border, among other topics, according to former Trump senior adviser Stephen Miller. Former Vice President Mike Pence has reportedly declined an invitation although insiders are hoping to change his mind. Miller, who has recently spoken to the president, outlined Trump’s upcoming speech in an interview aired last Sunday in response to a question about Trump’s potential run for the White House in 2024 and his first speech after leaving office.

Source: Wires

Trump’s CPAC Speech to Focus on Countering China, Dismantling Big Tech

“I have had the opportunity to speak to the President, and he’s very excited to make his upcoming address to CPAC, where you will hear him lay out his positive vision for the future of this country, a vision where we stand up to China, as the President was doing before he left office, and reclaim our manufacturing, a vision where our schools are open and our border is closed to illegal immigration, a vision where the Big Tech monopoly is dismantled and free speech and free expression and free thought can reign, because that’s what this country is about,” Miller told Maria Bartiromo on Fox News.
“He’s going to present an optimistic vision for a country where communities are safe, where criminals are behind bars, and where everybody can earn a decent high-paying wage and produce products here in the United States, where they should be made, not in China, not overseas.”
Miller’s outline of the speech suggests that Trump is watching the Biden administration closely, since the topics align with some of the major executive actions of President Joe Biden since he took office. Biden and a number of his appointees are facing criticism over what appears to be a softer stance on China than the one under the Trump administration. The current White House is also struggling to maintain a clear message on when schools will reopen and is dealing with internal and external blowback after wiping out Trump’s tough policies on illegal immigration.
Miller, the architect of the Trump administration’s immigration policy, said earlier in the interview that Biden’s actions on immigration are “madness.”

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