The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) is happening Feb. 26-29, 2021, but already, some speeches have been making headlines. Kimberly Guilfoyle made one in particular — and that’s a familiar name if you recall a famous speech at the 2020 Republican National Convention. In August 2020, Donald Trump Jr.’s girlfriend gave a wild set of remarks rooting for then-President Donald Trump at the political event, ending with an extremely loud declaration that “the best is yet to come.” The moment immediately became a Twitter meme.

Guilfoyle wasn’t a new face in political circles — previously, she was married to California Governor Gavin Newsom and she once worked at Fox News. That RNC speech, however seemed to make her a household name, so naturally her CPAC speech on Feb. 26, 2021, has also been raising eyebrows as she made another big, bold claim about Trump, her boyfriend’s father. Read on for what Guilfoyle said in another meandering diatribe at CPAC.

Kimberly Guilfoyle's CPAC speech made a wild Donald Trump claim

On Feb. 26, 2021, Kimberly Guilfoyle’s headline-making Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) remarks made a bold assertion. She said in the speech (via Right Wing Watch), “I will confidently say that [former] President Trump from his desk at Mar-a-Lago will accomplish more for America in the next four years than [President] Joe Biden and [Vice President] Kamala Harris could ever dream of.”

On social media, many users had a confused and befuddled reaction to this wild prediction, especially since Trump is no longer president nor has executive powers. One Twitter user wrote in response to Guilfoyle’s speech, “How that going to work” paired with thinking face emojis. Another tweet asked if anyone wanted to break the news to Guilfoyle that Trump lost the 2020 presidential election, since she seemed to think otherwise.

Many other Twitter reactions poked fun at Trump’s proclivity to play golf at Mar-a-Lago. One tweet succinctly pointed out that “Golf carts aren’t desks.”

It remains unclear how Guilfoyle believed that Trump still has presidential powers, but Twitter seemed to immediately call out such a prediction.

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