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The Conservative Political Action Conference held its annual conference in Denver last week.
Here’s a look at the events that were streamed live and in real time from the convention floor.
Trump at CPAC: A lot of conservatives are now in the Trump camp, including one conservative author who was at the conference, Steve Benen.
His book is titled “Trump’s America,” which is also available for free on Amazon.
It’s a very different kind of book than the Republican party’s traditional playbook.
He tells Breitbart News that the book is more of a primer, and it will help conservatives better understand the GOP and the culture at large.
He says that’s why he decided to attend the conference.
Benen says he plans to publish his book on the convention’s website.
Paul Ryan’s keynote address: Ryan made a number of speeches at CPAP this year, including a prime-time address on Tuesday that was streamed live by CPAC.
The speech is available for $39.99.
Donald Trump at the Conservative Political Alliance: The National Republican Congressional Committee, the political arm of the Republican National Committee, is hosting its annual Conservative Political Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C. this weekend.
This is the first event since the CPAC conference.
On Friday, Ryan gave a keynote address at the event.
Ryan’s speech is now available for sale for $199.99 on Amazon, according to the conservative author.
CPAC keynote address and the CPAP keynote address in general: This year’s Conservative Political Conference featured speakers from across the political spectrum.
Some of them spoke on stage to a rapt audience.
Here are some of the notable speakers: Former Vice President Joe Biden, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, former Republican National Committeewoman Michelle Bachmann, and Rep. Michele Bachmann of Minnesota.
Former RNC Chairman Michael Steele: Steele is the former chair of the RNC and a former House member of the majority party.
He’s now a columnist for Breitbart News.
Steele says he’s planning to release his book “On the Trail” on the conference floor.
He also says he wants to share his views on how to best elect Republicans.
He will discuss the RNC’s approach to electing conservatives at the keynote address, which is scheduled for Saturday at 10 a.m.
Steele also says the keynote speech will focus on how the GOP can win elections in 2020 and 2024.
Conservative author Matt Lewis: Lewis, a former reporter for The New York Times, spoke on Saturday about his book, “TrumpNation,” which will be published in 2017.
He said he has been reading conservative books for 20 years.
He was joined by former Breitbart News Editor-at-Large Ben Shapiro.
Trump’s speech at CPAS: President Donald Trump, who has been a big advocate for conservative causes, spoke at the CPAS conference on Saturday.
He talked about the need for a free press, the importance of the military, and his vision of the nation.
Trump also addressed his new book, titled “The Art of the Deal.”
Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers: McMorrin Rodgers, the House Majority Leader, was in attendance at CPA.
She was also on stage with Ben Shapiro and Steve Benes.
She also spoke at CPAA.
Ben Shapiro at CPAs: Shapiro will be on stage at CPas this weekend to discuss his new new book.
It will be available for purchase from Breitbart News for $99.99, according the conservative journalist.
CPAs speech: At CPAs, conservative author Ben Shapiro was joined on stage by conservative activist Milo Yiannopoulos and former Breitbart editor-at to the right-wing Breitbart News senior editor-in-chief Alex Marlow.
Ben Carson at CPIs: Carson, who is in his second term as president, was on stage speaking to an audience of conservatives and members of the media.
He is also the president of the Council of Conservative Citizens.
Ben Domenech at CPAnomics: Domeneck will be speaking at CPANomics, the organization he founded, on Saturday at 1 p.m., according to his website.
Domenek says he will speak on the importance and benefits of CPAN for the nation, and how CPAN can continue to provide the best service to conservative readers and advertisers.
Steve Bens: Bens is the editor-founder of the conservative magazine RedState.
Bens spoke at both CPAs and CPANums and was also in attendance with Shapiro and Bachmann.
Former Rep. Ron Paul: Paul, who was a 2012 Republican presidential candidate, was one of the keynote speakers at CPNA.
He spoke about the GOP’s message of the future. Paul