Over the last 6 years, ever since Donald Trump emerged on the political scene, one thing has been made very clear; his family will speak their minds, and they don’t care what anyone thinks about it.

The same is absolutely true about the former President’s outspoken son, Donald Trump Jr.

Trump Jr. addressed the Florida crowd at the Conservative Political Action Conference over the weekend, and he came armed with a barrage of insults and counterpoints to the left, as well as for Republican Representative Liz Cheney.

The former President Donald Trump is due to give his first public speech since leaving the White House at CPAC on Sunday.

Trump Jr’s speech

However, Trump Jr. did not hold back in his, dishing out blows to the Democrats left to right and center, including for Republican Rep. Liz Cheney, for whom he adopted a new nickname, ‘Lincoln Project Liz’.


He addressed the crowd for 12 minutes, where he spoke about the big issues of the day, most notable about the Biden administration moving to bomb the Middle East for the first time, and almost definitely not the last.

He claimed that he predicted the downfall of this administration in his book that he published last year, bringing to life the Syrian bombing.

He then went onto label Liz Cheney as a RINO, citing that one of the biggest things she has in common with the current President is that they both want to bomb the Middle East.

Don Jr. then moved onto to attack the ludicrous, meaningless decisions that many big companies have been making over the last few weeks, including Hasbro’s decision to declare Mr. Potato Head as gender-neutral, whilst comparing Brian Stelter to the well-known Toy Story character.


Before this, he compared the operation of blue states with the operation of red states.

He pointed out that many blue states such as New York and California are still under heavy, Covid-19 restrictions, whereas red states such as Florida are leaving in more relaxed conditions, which allowed the CPAC event to host a large crowd.

Donald Trump Jr. could become a political sensation, especially when his father departs from the scene, the same way former President George W. Bush continued the legacy of his father, former President George H. W. Bush.

His speech at CPAC was just a continuation of his meteoric rise in politics, and who knows, if he continues in this fashion, donning the mantle of his father’s MAGA movement, maybe we could see President Donald Trump Jr. in the future?