Vice President Mike Pence earned one of his biggest applause lines at an influential conservative conference when he cited President Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), and Fox News host Sean Hannity.
"I can assure you all, President Trump and this entire administration will continue to take strong action to make this nation safe", the vice president addressed the recent school shooting in Parkland, Fla. -which he claimed was a problem of "dangerous mental illness", rather than firearms.
Pence's speech will most likely talk about the GOP tax bill, economic growth, and other subjects reflecting the Trump Administration's accomplishments so far.
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Former leader of UKIP and Trump adviser Nigel Farage will also be in the house.
Hard to believe it's only been two years since presidential candidate Trump abruptly canceled a CPAC appearance amid reports of a large walkout to protest his ideological heterodoxy. "I love that. I would love to watch that guy speak", Trump said, pointing to the video screens and turning around.
"Thank you President Trump for bringing us someone as wonderful as Secretary DeVos", said Kay Coles James, president of the Heritage Foundation, a conservative think tank, after a friendly interview with DeVos on her overhaul efforts.
"Even though he had liberal tendencies, his Cabinet has been able to keep him in check and the Congress has been able to hold him to a standard as well as his base", said Kurt Schenher, a 21-year- old student at the University of CT.More news: OH high school, district close because of threats
But Ward also said attendees were focused on bread-and-butter conservative issues: restricting immigration, repealing the health care reforms known as Obamacare, and building up the military - "not because we want war, but because we want peace through strength".
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Vice President Mike Pence bragged about promises kept in first year of Trump administration.
Sharon McGowan, director of strategy at Lambda Legal, said numerous promises Trump made were "behind closed doors to groups like CPAC", but many of them were out in the open on the campaign trail. Instead, he held out hope they could work together. They're very close to me. I mean, remember the last time it happened? I do.More news: Diebold Nixdorf (DBD) Receives Daily News Impact Rating of 0.07