Former president Trump attended 1000 conservatives at CPAP conference

Former presidents attend thousands of conservatives in CPAP event in Dallas, ripping Biden administration and critical race theory, on Sunday afternoon.
The conservatives have applauded the former president as the true leader of their party and also welcome him respectfully in the event.
Many people have attended the two straw polls for the 2024 Republican primary for president. There, some had voted for the former president and others did not vote for him.
Former President Trump got a 70% vote far ahead of the  Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis got 21% vote from the conservatives and others with only 1% of the vote from them.
If one sees, without Trumps, then DeSantis with 68% votes and other with double digits lower or single digit, which includes US Senator Ted Cruz and Texas Governor Greg Abbott.
Trump in the event said he will again run for the president, but still, it is not official yet. He also said Texas will not turn blue with the yets candidates.
They denoted Texas as a ” Very special state’ and he will not lose it and they will fight till the end to protect the place.
He got standing ovations from the conservatives after he mentions lawsuits against Big tech firms like Facebook, Twitter and Google for censoring him from there.
“We will keep on fighting until we have stopped this assault on our liberty and until we have restored the sacred right to freedom of speech for every single American,” he said.
He even criticized the President Biden administration, regarding the border policy, where he sharply indicated his policy of allowing the immigrants through the border as ” Greatest Disaster in American History.”
All the attendees are so impressed, that they want Trump to run America as their president.“We’re looking for someone to pick up the mantle. Right now, he has the mantle. He has the values, he has the issues that we all think are important,” Trump supporter Karen Pausman said.
The are many republican leaders who attended the CPAP even in Dallas which includes, Gov. Dan Patrick, Attorney General Ken Paxton, former State Sen. Don Huffines of Dallas and outgoing Texas GOP Chair Allen West.

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