How to watch Nikki Haley’s CPAC 2023 speech live
Politician Nikki Haley is scheduled to speak at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Maryland this weekend.
Haley became the first Republican to oppose former President Donald Trump’s 2024 GOP presidential bid, which he announced in February.
This year’s CPAC will be an important one for the Republican Party and the 2024 presidential election, as a number of presidential candidates, including Trump and Haley, are expected to attend and address their constituents. So far, early polls show Haley trailing Trump and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.
Haley served as the former US ambassador to the United Nations from 2017-2018 under the previous Trump administration. Before that, he served as the governor of South Carolina from 2011 to 2017.
Trump is expected to deliver a keynote address on Saturday. Other speakers include Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Green, Congressman Matt Gaetz, Donald Trump Jr. and Dr. Ben Carson.
Here’s everything you need to know to watch Nikki Haley’s CPAC 2023 speech live.
WHEN IS Nikki Haley SPEECH AT CPAC 2023?
Haley will speak Friday afternoon, March 3 from the Potomac Ballroom at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland. His speech is scheduled for 12:45 PM ET and is expected to last until 1:05 PM ET.
His speech will be followed closely by Lara Trump, a former senior adviser and organizer for the Trump 2020 campaign. A positive attitude. The CPAC agenda for this weekend can be found on the CPAC website.
HOW TO WATCH NIKKI HALEY’S CPAC 2023 SPEECH:
To watch Haley’s speech live, go to the CPAC website, where it will be streamed for free. Be sure to tune in at 12:45 PM ET to hear his full remarks.
HOW TO WATCH CPAC 2023 ONLINE:
This year’s conference will be streamed exclusively on the CPAC website. You can also view previous coverage and speeches from the event here.
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