The Truth About Donald Trump's New Speaking Engagement

Donald Trump left the White House more than one month ago, and since then, the former president has kept a low profile. Following the controversy on how he handled the 2020 election, as well as his historic second impeachment following the insurrection at the Capitol, Trump has yet to appear in front of a crowd or on TV.

Trump hasn't been totally silent, though. After he was acquitted of all charges during his second impeachment trial in early February 2021, the ex-commander in chief released a statement, proclaiming he has a "vision for a bright, radiant, and limitless American future." Though he held off from sharing any details, the TV star-turned-politician noted there's "so much work ahead of us" that he wants to get done (via Boston Herald).

"Our historic, patriotic and beautiful movement to Make America Great Again has only just begun," Trump said in an email blast after the Senate acquitted him on a 57-43 vote (via the New York Times). "In the months ahead I have much to share with you, and I look forward to continuing our incredible journey together to achieve American greatness for all of our people."

Perhaps the Apprentice alum will offer a glimpse of his plans during the Conservative Political Action Conference, which will mark his first public appearance since leaving the presidency. Trump is expected to deliver a keynote speech on Feb. 28, 2021, per the New York Post. Keep scrolling to find out the truth behind Trump's upcoming speaking engagement.

Donald Trump's speech will focus on 'the future of the Republican Party'

Donald Trump is set to address the crowd at the 2021 Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando, Fla. The 45th U.S. president will take the stage during the final day of the conference, a spokesman for the organization confirmed to the New York Post on Feb. 20, 2021.

The spokesman held off from divulging any plans of his speech, but a source told the outlet that Trump's remarks will focus on "the future of the Republican Party and the conservative movement." The ex-leader also intends on sharing his "take on President Biden's disastrous amnesty and border policies."

Trump has been a regular at the Conservative Political Action Conference. Last year, he famously hugged the American flag on stage after giving his speech, per CNN. The CPAC is traditionally where aspiring Republican candidates vouch for their careers, and Trump's political run kicked off when he spoke at the event in 2011 (via the New York Times).

For now, it's unclear if Trump has any intentions of announcing plans to run in the 2024 presidential election, but he has teased the idea since leaving the White House. During a chat with Newsmax, Trump hinted whether or not he sees himself staying in politics. "It's too early to say, but I see a lot of great polls out there," he told the outlet on Feb. 17, 2021. "I won't say yet [if I'm running again], but I have tremendous support."