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Key Moments of Donald Trump's CPAC Speech as Critic Brands it 'Frightening'

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Donald Trump spoke for almost two hours as he closed out the Conservative Political Action Conference on Saturday.In his remarks, he described a country that has been destroyed since he left office and outlined the steps Republicans should take if they win back control of Congress in November.He decried the inclusion of transgender athletes on women's sports teams, and reiterated calls for drug dealers to get the death penalty and homeless people to be moved to tent cities.Trump's speech was "unapologetic fascism," Michael Hardy, a senior editor at Texas Monthly, said in a tweet."This might be most frightening speech I've ever heard," Hardy wrote, adding that it indicated that the former president's rhetoric is "significantly more extreme than even a few years ago."Here, Newsweek has rounded up some key moments from the former president's speech.Trump began his speech by declaring the U.S. "is being destroyed more from the inside than out.""America is on the edge of an abyss and our movement is the only force on earth that can save it," he said. "What we do in the next few months and the next few years will determine with American civilization will collapse or fail or whether it will triumph and thrive frankly like never before.

This is no time for complacency."He said that Republicans must "run aggressive, unrelenting and boldly populist" campaigns. A priority for the next president, he said, will be to "drain the swamp once and for all and remove rogue bureaucrats and root out the Deep State.""The streets of our Democrat-run cities are drenched with the blood of innocent victims," Trump claimed."Gun battles rage between bloodthirsty street gangs.

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