Designer Tommy Zegan said his sculpture paid tribute to the former president's commitment to creating more American manufacturing jobs.
Trump closing out CPAC is already a signal of the significant role the GOP sees him continuing to play and voters seems to agree with the former president's expected message that he's still the man in charge.
Trump's speech comes against the backdrop of his provocation of GOP infighting with a threat to endorse primary challengers to Republican incumbents who don't fall in line with his America First agenda.
"So how many of you remember Qasim Soleimani?" Mike Pompeo said at CPAC. "Allah rest his soul."
"Who won. Trump won. Who Won. Trump Won! Watermark the baddest, 45 the chosen one," the unidentified artist rapped as Stone danced.
The Colorado GOP lawmaker railed against Democrats for attacking the Second Amendment during a panel discussion at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Saturday.
Congress was blasted by Texas voters from both parties in the latest poll on COVID-19 responses.
"The [Republican] establishment is too focused on corporate interest, on nonsense policy that doesn't do anything for the American people," said Donald Trump Jr. at CPAC.
After calling for Newsom to be recalled, the former acting director of national intelligence ended his CPAC speech by seeming to hint at a gubernatorial run.
Maher predicts that the former president will announce a bid to run in the 2024 election during his Sunday appearance at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).
Catalina Lauf, a pro-Trump primary challenger to Kinzinger, has bashed the GOP lawmaker for criticizing the former president and "playing into the left-wing media."
Former CPAC chair Mickey Edwards said that the conference is unrecognizable from when he was involved.
Organizers installed a golden statue of Trump, whose behavior Cohen described as "sociopathic," at the conservative event.
One widely held belief in the QAnon community is that former President Donald Trump will return to power on March 4.
Donald Trump announced later Friday he will be supporting a former aide who plans to challenge one of the Republicans who voted for his impeachment.
Biden approved airstrikes on Iranian-backed Iraqi militia fighters in Syria in retaliation for a rocket attack on American troops in Iraqi Kurdistan.
Representative Anthony Gonzalez faced backlash for his vote and Trump criticized the Ohio representative for not representing his constituents' "interest or their heart."
The former president's son delivered his remarks at CPAC during a scheduled "Reigniting the Spirit of the American Dream" speech.
A number of conservative lawmakers have already spoken out about face masks by mid-Friday on day one of the conference.
"There are a whole lot of voices in Washington that want to just erase the last four years," the Texas Republican said.
A clip showing the statue being pushed around at the conference in Florida has been viewed more than four million times.
The Voter Protection Project has created a targeted list dubbed the "Treason Caucus" of GOP lawmakers who voted against the election certification of President Joe Biden. The PAC also expects to spend a total of $10 million on upcoming midterm races.
The Senate minority leader said his attention is on 2022 when asked about the future prospects of the former president.
Jim Hendren, whose family is steeped in GOP politics, left the party to become an independent after the Capitol riots on January 6.
Congressmen Eric Swalwell and Adam Schiff speak out about potential violence from conspiracy theorists next week.
"Republicans stuck by Trump no matter how bad he was for the party because they agreed with him," Meyers said in his Thursday night monologue.
Fauci said the pandemic hit at a time of "great divisiveness" in the U.S., but noted a new direction under President Biden.
Board member and former Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt said people will agree and disagree with the decision, but hopes it won't be politicized.
The Senate minority leader has said that if the former president wins the GOP's 2024 presidential nomination, he will support him.
A movie, "Roe v. Wade," which tells the inside story of the monumental Supreme Court case that legalized abortion will premiere to a sold-out crowd of 1,500 conservatives at CPAC.