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Former US president Donald Trump has signalled he will seek revenge on fellow Republicans who voted to impeach him last month, and he followed through Friday, endorsing an ex-aide against an OH congressman.
He also joked about the controversy he generated by flying to a seaside resort in Mexico last week as millions in his home state of Texas were struggling without water or power during a severe winter storm that killed at least two dozen people.
The semi-endorsement comes as Trump and McConnell are still in a public tiff.
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Anthony Gonzalez (L) and Former President Donald Trump (R). But those who have rejected Trump's repeated claims of voter fraud and involvement in the Capitol insurrection will not be in the crowd.
He was one of 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach Mr Trump for a second time earlier this month.
Romney, the 2012 GOP presidential nominee, won the CPAC presidential straw poll in 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2012 - when he secured the GOP nomination - before Trump ascended to prominence in the party.
Trump also faces legal challenges, with the Manhattan District Attorney's Office conducting a criminal investigation of his family-run Trump Organization.
Mr Trump's upcoming appearance at CPAC led to Republican infighting in Congress this week, after House of Representatives Republican Conference chairman Liz Cheney said she did not believe he should play a role in the future of the party or the country. 'Where necessary and appropriate, I will back primary rivals who espouse Making America Great Again and our policy of America First, ' the former president warned.
The tension was on display Wednesday after House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy answered "yes, he should" when asked whether Trump should speak at CPAC. "And we see it".
He attended the conference every year he served as president. "In many ways, this will be a throwback to 2016, where the president ran against Washington. When you attack President Trump, you're attacking the Republican grassroots", he said.
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