Former President Donald Trump will break with U. S. political tradition with a sharp indictment of President Biden in a speech to the Conservative Political Action Committee just five weeks after leaving the White House.
Regardless of party affiliation, former presidents typically wait months, if not years, to begin criticizing their immediate successor. But, according to excerpts of Trump’s Sunday afternoon address at CPAC, the former president will declare that Biden’s 39-day-old administration “has had the most disastrous first month of any president in modern history.” Trump plans to assault Biden’s immigration agenda and will say Biden should ignore opposition from teachers’ unions and reopen public schools.
“We all knew that the Biden administration was going to be bad. But none of us imagined just how bad they would be and how far they would go,” the former president is expected to say. “Biden’s radical immigration policies aren’t just illegal, they are immoral, they are heartless, and they are a betrayal of our nation’s core values.”