I am resisting writing that he's going to Disney World.
Oh wait, I just did.
From the Roll Call:
Trump was scheduled to speak early in the morning at Maryland’s National Harbor. Instead, he’ll appear in Wichita at what a press release called “a major rally” ahead of the Kansas Caucus and also will speak at the caucus itself.
He will then depart for Orlando, Florida, for an event his campaign said would draw some 20,000.
Trump thanked American Conservative Union’s Matt Schlapp and all other executives for the invitation to speak at CPAC, and said he hoped to appear there next year “as president of the United States.”This makes sense to me. He does not need them. Many in the Conservative Commentariat are openly hostile to him. Indeed, anyone who complains about Trump's dump of the Mugwumps is being less than candid. From Atlantic Monthly:
One day earlier, there had been rumblings of a revolt. “We’re gonna do a walk-out on Mr. Trumpster,” William Temple — a fixture at the conservative convention held just outside Washington, D.C., who Newsweek once described as the face of the Tea Party — said Thursday, eagerly telling anyone who would listen about his plans to defy the Donald if he showed up on Saturday when he was slated to speak.Trump spoke a few other times at CPAC. As the battle cry of Cleveland Indians fans goes: Wait till next year.