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Trump Makes Appearance at CPAC

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By Doug Powers  •  February 10, 2011 01:01 PM

**Written by Doug Powers

This is a good indicator that he’s serious about throwing his hair, er, I mean hat… into the presidential ring:

Rumored presidential candidate Donald Trump will make a surprise visit to the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington today. He plans to address the convention in the afternoon. The decision to attend CPAC was pushed by Trump’s longtime political advisor Roger Stone, and indicates the billionaire real estate mogul is becoming serious about seeking the Republican nomination for president next year.

Trump has been hinting at his desire to run for months. “For the first time in my life, I am absolutely thinking about it,” he told MSNBC in October. According to Newsmax, Trump is “telling friends he has decided he will definitely run.”

Trump has said in the past that he’ll announce his decision to run or not in June.

I hope he runs just so we can see billboards like this:

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Michele Bachmann got things rolling earlier today:

My favorite parts in ascending order: “Let’s make Obama a one-term president,” “Hu’s your daddy” and “come to my party, the bar tab is mine.”

(h/t HAP)

**Written by Doug Powers

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