CPAC head Matt Schlapp angrily denied any resemblance and touted the organization's excellent relationship with the Jewish community.
“You guys really want the conservative movement to be made on the back of a lie about the election?” the CNN anchor asked American Conservative Union Chair Matt Schlapp.
The Trump campaign communications director confirmed that an effort to recruit doctors to publicly support the president is underway.
Matt Schlapp had previously said the senator wouldn’t be invited after he voted to call witnesses in Donald Trump's impeachment trial.
“I think it’s a big mistake to say that Donald Trump is somehow a dishonest political leader,” Matt Schlapp said.
By contrast, the judge sentencing Michael Flynn for lying about his contact with Russians said he "sold [his] country out."
CPAC initially embraced the provocateur who was shut out at Berkeley.