'Mean tweet brought us world peace': Kari Lake at CPAC on Trump

Kari Lake spoke at CPAC and talked about need Trump as an "alpha man" in the White House.

Kari Lake spoke to the audience at CPAC and told the audience that we need former President Donald Trump back in the presidency because he was an alpha male and that his "mean tweet brought us world peace."

"Those mean tweet brought us world peace," Lake told the audience about electing Trump back into the office of the president. 

She spoke on how the country needs an "alpha man" back in the office to take on the powers in the world and that America  is tired of the "beta males."

"We got too many weak links out there. Let me hear it from the ladies out there," Lake said to the audience who cheered on the line. 

"I don't really care if he pissed of the fake news," Lake added. "These people in the fake news, the propagandists. They are people like at the Washington Post."

"They are the same propagandists that called terrorists religious scholars

Trump is also expected to take the stage to speak to the large audience on Saturday. Lake focused on how issues were under President Joe Biden versus Trump. She specifically pointed out fentanyl, the border, and foreign policy. 

"We've got to stop what is happening at out border ... and I want to join [Trump] in Washington DC to turn this nightmare scenario around," she added. 
Secret Service set up security for the event and hundreds packed into the CPAC auditorium to hear the speeches from the former president and others. 
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