Now that Milo Yiannopoulos is out, we have learned that President Trump will speak at CPAC this year. The Hill reported Monday morning:
At the conference, Trump will join an already-full list of White House officials, including Vice President Mike Pence, as well as Chief of Staff Reince Priebus and Chief Strategist Steve Bannon, who will take the stage together on Thursday.
I’m still smarting from the decision by ACU to invite Milo to begin with. It was a bonehead move worthy of a group that decided suicide would be better than actual conservative thought.
We will now dispense with further discussion of Milo Yiannopoulos. He was banned from Twitter, and now he should be banned from all social discourse and political discussion. The man is a disgusting cipher, a sexual predator, and, as I wrote earlier, a self-aggrandizing ass.
The most interesting talk to me will be Steve Bannon. He’s the most enigmatic of Trump’s senior team–the MSM can’t seem to figure him out, other than to make a monster of him. I’ll definitely want to hear what Bannon has to say; hopefully it will be substantive on policy, not the anti-PC, evil media shtick he’s proffered so far.
And it’s always good to hear from Ted Cruz, anytime, anywhere. Carry on, CPAC, but you’re on double-secret probation now.