CPAC Endorses Trump To ‘Put America Back On Track’

On Friday, the highly influential Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) officially endorsed former president and current GOP presidential frontrunner Donald Trump in the Republican primary.

CPAC made the announcement in a post on X, formerly known as Twitter.
“#CPAC endorses President Donald Trump for President of the United States,” the organization wrote, adding that President Joe Biden “has turned calm into chaos, competence into incompetence, stability into anarchy, and security into catastrophe.”

The organization explained its endorsement in further detail in a statement titled “CPAC enthusiastically endorses Donald J. Trump for President of the United States,” which was published on the official CPAC website. The statement argued that Trump could reverse the negative effects that Biden’s presidency and leftism in general have had on the United States.

“The extreme leftist marxists have infiltrated our colleges, universities, elementary schools, the military, in fact all of our sacred institutions,” the statement read.

“As conditions at the border, the economy and culture dramatically worsen every day, one person has again clearly won the hearts and minds of conservatives for his tireless commitment to Make America Great Again,” the statement continued.

“Voters have heard from all the candidates on their policies to save America at this most urgent time in history,” CPAC added.

The statement went on to declare that conservatives “are the heart, soul, and backbone of the Republican coalition.”

“Now is the time to unite and support the candidate who best can accomplish what is needed to put America back on track,” the statement continued. “President Trump will win. He will be the 47th President and the best for America is yet to come.”

This endorsement comes just days before the January 15 Iowa caucuses, the first contest in the GOP primary, where Trump is poised to win. A Suffolk University poll of 500 likely Iowa caucus-goers, which was released on Thursday, showed that 54% support Trump as their first pick for the Republican nominee. Meanwhile, only 20% chose former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley (R) as their first pick, 13% support Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) and 6% support entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy.