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CPAC 2022: Complete List of Speakers Along With President Donald Trump & Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis

CPAC 2022: Complete List of Conservative Speakers With President Donald Trump & Gov. DeSantis.

The event being held in Orlando, Florida, will see the former president deliver his townhall speech of 2022 since leaving office. 

Former President Donald J. Trump will headline the annual Conservative Political Action Conference 2022 which will take place in Orlando, Florida this month.

The 2022 edition of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) is scheduled to take place Feb. 24-27.

CPAC 2022 Complete List of Speakers:

  1. President Donald Trump
  2. Gov. Ron DeSantis
  3. Glenn Beck
  4. Sen. Ted Cruz
  5. Sen. Marsha Blackburn
  6. Ric Grenell
  7. Candace Owens
  8. Rep. Jim Jordan
  9. Rep. Ronny Jackson
  10. Mike Pompeo
  11. Matt Whitaker
  12. KT McFarland
  13. Rep. Lauren Boebert
  14. Rep. Byron Donalds
  15. Rep. Madison Cawthorn
  16. Larry O’Connor
  17. Gordon Chang
  18. Bill Walton
  19. Eric Bolling
  20. ]Sean Spicer
  21. Matt Schlapp
  22. Mercedes Schlapp
  23. Jay Aeba
  24. Bob Beauprez
  25. Rep. Andy Biggs
  26. Rachel Bovard
  27. Sen. Mike Braun
  28. Rep. Ken Buck
  29. James Carafano
  30. Dr. Ben Carson
  31. Sara Carter
  32. Doug Collins
  33. Monica Crowley
  34. Justin Danhof
  35. Nigel Farage
  36. Kimberly Fletcher
  37. Enes Freedom
  38. David Friedman
  39. Rep. Matt Gaetz
  40. Sebastian Gorka
  41. Harriet Hageman
  42. Sen. Bill Hagerty
  43. Natalie Harp
  44. Kevin Hassett
  45. Pete Hegseth
  46. Mollie Hemingway
  47. Charles W. Herbster
  48. Rep. Jody Hice
  49. Deal Hudson
  50. Jan Jekielek
  51. Julie Kelly
  52. Larry Kudlow
  53. Kari Lake
  54. Jim Lamon
  55. Stacy Langton
  56. Sen. James Lankford
  57. David Leavitt
  58. Mark Levin
  59. Julie Strauss-Levin
  60. Rep. Billy Long
  61. Rep. Barry Loudermilk
  62. Peter J. Lucido
  63. Tony Mattivi
  64. Dr. Peter McCullough
  65. Frank Mir
  66. Gov. Kristi Noem
  67. Tito Ortiz
  68. Kash Patel
  69. Katie Pavlich
  70. Rep. Scott Perry
  71. Ian Prior
  72. Jason Rantz
  73. Kevin Roberts
  74. Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson
  75. Julio Rosas
  76. Sen. Marco Rubio
  77. Tori Verber Salazar
  78. Kurt Schlichter
  79. TW Shannon
  80. Hannah Smith
  81. Kevin & Sam Sorbo
  82. Dr. Matthew Spalding
  83. Todd Starnes
  84. Rep. Greg Steube
  85. D.A. Dave Sunday
  86. Michele Tafoya
  87. Kelly Tshibaka
  88. JD Vance
  89. D.A. Kent Volkmer

More speakers to be announced soon … Register today!

How to watch CPAC 2022 online:

The speeches will be live-streamed on the CPAC 2022 website under the “Watch Live” tab, while certain high-profile speeches are expected to be carried on a number of US networks, such as RSBN, NBC, Fox News, and CNN, throughout the weekend.

In the US, live streaming is also available as part of a subscription to Fox News’ streaming service, Fox Nation, which has exclusive access to CPAC 2022.

Before this event former President Trump released a video in which he is saying:

“I’ll be attending CPAC again this year in Orlando, Florida,” Trump said. “I will see you soon. Going to be a fantastic crowd … let’s have fun.”



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