Last updated on November 15th, 2023 at 05:25 am
The Turning Point Action Conference continued to captivate conservative audiences on Day Two, featuring a compelling lineup of esteemed speakers and engaging discussions surrounding conservative values and priorities.
The event took place over the weekend, from Saturday to Sunday, at a vibrant venue in West Palm Beach, Florida, where notable guests gathered to witness this momentous occasion.
Among the distinguished speakers on Sunday was Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), whose speech commenced at 9:25 a.m. EDT.
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Greene’s impactful address further reinforced the conference’s commitment to uniting the conservative base and shaping the future of the conservative movement.
For Sunday, July 16, 2023
7:00 am – Doors opens
8:00 am – General Session
2:30 pm – Event concludes
The conservative world gathered for this extraordinary event, welcoming President Donald Trump as one of the notable speakers. Together with media personality Tucker Carlson, 2024 presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy, and Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL), the lineup showcased a diverse array of prominent politicians and celebrities.
The Turning Point Action Conference proved to be a crucial platform, highlighting its significance in shaping the conservative movement, particularly as the 2024 election looms. With influential figures like former President Trump, MTG, Senator Josh Hawley, and Senator Ted Cruz, the conference generated momentum, inspiring a collective embrace of conservative values and advocating for impactful conservative candidates.
The event garnered nationwide attention through its live-streaming, allowing conservative supporters from all corners of the country to actively participate in the discussions and discourse that will influence the future of the conservative movement.
As the conference unfolded in West Palm Beach, Saturday witnessed an enthusiastic show of support for President Donald Trump’s 2024 presidential aspirations. Trump seized the moment to address his potential rival in the GOP presidential primary, Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL), calling on him to focus on his gubernatorial duties with the catchphrase “get home.”
Throughout the day, the audience was captivated by impassioned speeches from Reps. Byron Donalds (R-FL), Matt Gaetz (R-FL), and Anna Paulina Luna (R-FL), each endorsing the former president. Tucker Carlson and Trump himself took center stage, engaging the audience with their unique perspectives and insights.
Amidst the discourse, speakers and attendees rallied around an anti-Ukraine aid stance, voicing their refusal to support sending American troops to Ukraine. Luna affirmed her stance, declaring her endorsement of President Trump for his commitment to preserving American lives.
Gaetz reiterated his unwavering “America-first” stance, emphasizing the significance of prioritizing domestic interests over foreign engagements. The crowd passionately expressed their disapproval of aid to Ukraine and support for its defense forces, resoundingly cheering speakers who vocalized their disagreements.
Tucker Carlson, fresh off moderating a presidential forum with primary candidates at the Family Leadership Summit in Iowa, introduced a humorous twist during his address. While initially steering away from personal critiques, Carlson playfully mentioned “savaging Mike Pence,” eliciting laughter from the audience.
The event also witnessed a public feud between Trump and DeSantis, with the former taking the opportunity to criticize the latter’s absence from the summit in Iowa. Trump emphasized the need for DeSantis to prioritize his responsibilities as governor, addressing concerns about rising insurance costs due to natural disasters in Florida.
Responding to Trump’s criticism, DeSantis’ campaign Press Secretary asserted the governor’s commitment to campaigning and engaging with voters at various events, including the Tennessee GOP Statesman Dinner.