El Salvador President Nayib Bukele to speak at CPAC

El Salvador President Nayib Bukele is headed to the United States and will be speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Maryland later this month.

The conference is set to take place from February 21 to February 24 at the Gaylord Resort and Conference Center in National Harbor, Maryland, which is right outside of the nation's capitol in Washington, DC.

Breitbart News was first to report on Bukele's speaking appearance.

CPAC chairman Matt Schlapp told the outlet that President Bukele is slated to speak on Thursday, February 22.

This comes after Bukele won reelection on Sunday in a landslide victory, where he secured more than 87 percent of the votes.

"It is our high honor to announce that El Salvador’s President Nayib Bukele will add his voice on our opening day," Schlapp told Breitbart News. "Bukele is an unapologetic traditionalist who encourages the American people to rediscover the values that made her strong and spread a freedom revolution that is now in jeopardy. In America, Hispanic voters, once a main component of the left’s political coalition, are realizing that the Socialist Democrat party hates their faith, their families, their traditions and their patriotism to their chosen country."

Bukele, 42, a tough-on-crime politician who took El Salvador from being the most dangerous country in Latin America to the safest, released a statement about his upcoming appearance and said that he is excited to speak.

“It’s truly an honor to join CPAC and discuss our commitment to ensuring governments prioritize the fundamental responsibility of citizen safety," said Bukele. "Without security we cannot have progress."

On Sunday, Bukele delivered a victory speech from the presidential balcony and attributed his success to God saying, "We must give all glory to God."

Before Bukele was elected president in 2019, the South American country had the highest murder rate in the world. By July 2023, President Bukele was able to declare El Salvador the "safest country in Latin America."

He used this success as a campaign strategy which launched him to yet another victory on Sunday evening.

Also speaking at CPAC are former British Prime Minister Liz Truss, Human Events senior editor Jack Posobiec, former President Donald J. Trump, billionaire tech entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy, and many more notable names.

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