At CPAC, Trump warns of the dangerous consequences of another 4 years with Biden: 'It's a fast track to hell'

The former president took the opportunity to praise the Ibero-American presence at CPAC; he dedicated words to Milei and Abascal.

It was the most anticipated moment of this year's CPAC in Washington. The room was packed to welcome what most attendees hope will be the next president of the United States. Donald Trump, as is his custom, entered the stage with full force to the rhythm of "God Bless the USA" by Lee Greenwood.

Trump opened his speech by greeting the attendees and dedicated a few special words to the Ibero-American presence at the conference. "He is a great gentleman! He is MAGA, Make Argentina Great Again!" he said of President Javier Milei. He also praised conservative leader Santiago Abascal, whom he said will be the next president of Spain. He also recognized Eduardo Bolsonaro, the son of former Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro.

"Four years ago I told you that if corrupt Joe Biden entered the White House, our borders would be abolished, our middle class would be decimated, and our communities would be plagued by violent crime. We were right about everything."

Former President Trump dedicated the first minutes of his extensive speech to talking about the poor state in which, for him, the United States finds itself. He referred to the border crisis, the increase in crime and the instability in which the world finds itself due to multiple conflicts.

"If corrupt Joe Biden and his thugs win in 2024, the worst is yet to come!" Trump said.

Then, Donald Trump warned of the future that could exist if Biden continued in the presidency. He asked, to save the country, for a vote for him: "A vote for Trump is your ticket back to freedom, it is your passport out of tyranny and it is your only escape from the fast track to the hell of Joe Biden and his gang."

Trump assured that the persecution against him, due to his pending charges, is a sign that the United States is in an authoritarian drift, more worthy of a "banana republic." He said he has received more accusations than mafia boss Al Capone himself.

If he became president, Trump would carry out the "largest deportation in the history of our country" because there would be no other alternative, he explained.

"They are killing our people. And I know it's not a nice thing to say, but we have no choice," he said.

After the speech, which lasted almost an hour and a half, Trump starred in an iconic moment with the president of Argentina, Javier Milei, another star of this edition of the CPAC.

They both met, greeted each other and hugged each other. The video immediately went viral on social media.

This Saturday ends the 2024 edition of CPAC, which this year had particular value due to the important presence of prominent Latin American figures. In addition to Milei, Abascal, and Eduardo Bolsonaro, President Nayib Bukele of El Salvador, and the producer of the film "Sound of Freedom," Eduardo Verástegui were present.