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Trump reappears to energise key right-wing conference

Donald Trump left little doubt that he still has most of the faithful in thrall. PHOTO: AFP
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WASHINGTON - From the gilded statue of him to the giddy ovations, Donald Trump was the star turn at the Conservative Political Action Committee (CPAC) annual meeting's final day on Sunday (Feb 28).

And the 74- year-old former president made full use of his first public platform since being booted off Twitter and Facebook, attacking the handful of Republicans who have turned against him and dropping truck-sized teasers that he may run for the White House again in 2024.

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