Former President Trump will be a keynote speaker at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando, Florida, a spokesman for the organisation confirmed to The Post on Saturday.
Mr Trump is expected to speak on Sunday, February 28, the last day of the conference.
Mr Trump has regularly spoken at the annual event during his presidency, but his participation amid the change in administration was uncertain.
The annual conference, which is usually held in Maryland has been moved to the Hyatt Regency in Orlando, Florida this year to escape coronavirus lockdowns.
The event will run from Thursday, February 25 to Sunday, February 28. Reps for Mr Trump did not respond to request for comment from The Post.
The development came after Mr Trump repeated his false claim that he actually won last year’s election in his first interview since leaving office.
Mr Trump phoned in to Fox News today to speak about the death of conservative talk radio icon Rush Limbaugh, who just lost a long battle with lung cancer at the age of 70.
During the course of the interview, anchor Bill Hemmer asked Mr Trump what he and Mr Limbaugh had spoken about in their conversations “after the election” in November of last year.
“Well Rush thought we won. And so do I, by the way. I think we won substantially. And Rush thought we won,” said Mr Trump.
“He thought it was over at 10 o’clock, it was over. And a lot of other people feel that way too. But Rush felt that way strongly, and many people do. Many professionals do.
“I don’t think that could have happened to a Democrat. You would have had riots going all over the place if that happened to a Democrat. We don’t have the same support in certain levels of the Republican system. But we have great people.”
President Joe Biden won the electoral college vote 306-232, and won the popular vote by about seven million ballots.
Mr Trump’s claims about voter fraud were tested repeatedly in court, and judges at federal and state level – including conservative judges appointed by Mr Trump – found they were without merit.
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