President Donald Trump is set to deliver a speech at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on Friday where he is expected to say that he will not continue to sell himself as a “real estate guy” because he wants to win the 2020 presidential election.
The President will be appearing at the CPAC annual gathering to address the issue of the GOP being unable to get enough votes from white males.
Trump will be the only sitting president to have appeared at CPAC in its current incarnation.
CPAC is the largest annual gathering of conservative activists and policy wonks.
Trump has long touted his success as a successful real estate developer, with real estate holdings that include the Trump International Hotel and Tower in Washington D.C. and Trump International Golf Club in Jupiter, Florida.
“I don.t want to.re hear anymore stories about my hotel deal,” Trump said in February.
“The problem is that I am a real estate guy.
I know how to do real estate.
I am the biggest real estate person in America.
The problem is, they do not want me to do it.
They want me not to do that.”
Trump’s CPAC speech will focus on issues of national security and the economy.
The speech will also address the 2016 presidential election and the challenges facing the GOP as the party struggles to attract enough white voters.
CPAPAP will be live streaming from the event.
Trump’s speech will address the importance of winning over white voters and whether he is willing to put in the work.
CPAMAC will be held at the Omni Shoreham in New York on Thursday, July 21.
It will be broadcast live on CSPAN.