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CPAC is Proud to Continue Endorsement of Donald J. Trump for President

Updated: Jun 1



CPAC enthusiastically endorsed President Donald J. Trump for president in the 2024 election before any votes were cast. The work he did in his first term in office to defend life and liberty led to a prosperity this country had not seen since Reagan.


He took on the issues Americans are most concerned about. He secured the border, cut taxes, strengthened the military, reopened the American energy industry, protected life, and cut back the size of the federal government.


Because of what he did in the past and what he can do again to make our country great, we are proud to continue to endorse President Donald Trump for a second term in 2025.


As we stated in our endorsement, we were with him in 2016 on Jan 7 and have always supported him. “Now is the time to unite and support the candidate who best can accomplish what is needed to put America back on track.”


We know that Donald J. Trump is the president our country needs right now, and a rigged trial with a fraudulent guilty verdict does not change that. In fact, it is only emboldening Americans to support the man who has weathered so much to support them.


CPAC Chairman Matt Schlapp stated in response to the guilty verdict, “Make no mistake, their lawfare will backfire. No matter what dastardly deed they come up with, President Donald J. Trump will return to the White House.”

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