- Former Vice President Mike Pence decline an invitation to attend CPAC this year
- A source told Fox News that Pence was asked to speak at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando, Florida, but he snubbed the invite
- Donald Trump, however, will make the keynote address next Sunday in his first public appearance since leaving the White House last month
- During his remarks, Trump will preview his ideals for the future of the GOP
- ‘I think what you’re going to hear President Trump talk about next Sunday on the 28th is the future of the Republican Party,’ Trump’s adviser Jason Miller said
- The Conservative Political Action Conference confirmed that Trump will deliver the closing speech of the conference on February 28
- Rumors indicate the duo have been in a riff since the January 6 Capitol storming
- Trump has maintained a low profile during post-presidency and impeachment
Mike Pence has turned down an invitation from the American Conservative Union to attend this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference, Fox News revealed Sunday.
Pence was asked to speak again this year at the massive annual gathering of conservatives, but he snubbed the invitation, a source familiar with CPAC’s planning told Fox.
Donald Trump, however, will be in attendance next weekend as he is scheduled to close out the event on Sunday with his first major public appearance since leaving office. CPAC will kick off in Orlando, Florida on Thursday.
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