Melania Trump ‘may not attend’ Donald’s first public speech since quitting

Donald Trump will make his first public speech since leaving the White House as rumours continue to swirl about his marriage to Melania.

The former president of the United States will speak at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando, Florida on Sunday, February 28.

He is expected to deliver a keynote speech on the final day of the conference, marking the first time Donald has addressed his supporters since his defeat to Joe Biden.

A spokesman for CPAC reportedly told the New York Post Trump will be present despite his attendance previously being in doubt.

It is unclear if wife Melania Trump will be by her husband's side, but she did not attend the CPAC conference in 2019 where Trump famously hugged an American flag onstage.

Since the pair left the White House, Melania and Trump have reportedly been distant and rumours have surfaced about the state of their relationship.

Divorce experts believe Baron Trump’s mum has been living a separate life from Donald for "many years," and a former friend claimed the couple sleep in different beds.

She was also not present at Donald's annual Super Bowl Party, where Trump appeared to watch the first half of the game and eat food.

The 74-year-old was last seen at his Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach, Florida, golfing as the Senate reached a conclusion at his impeachment trial.

It began on February 9, 2021, and concluded with Donald Trump, the 45th president of the United States' acquittal, on February 13 2021.

His second impeachment trial followed riots at the Capitol, which U.S. representatives claimed Trump "incited".

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Following the riots, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, Snapchat, Reddit and virtually every other notable social media platform banned the former president from creating an account on their website.

Trump has remained quiet since he conceded to Biden and is yet to define what level of public presence he seeks.

Despite the fact his impeachment was acquitted, Trump is still facing multiple private legal threats following the Capitol riots.

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