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The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) was hosting the president on the last day of its 2019 event; the conference ran from Wednesday to Saturday.

US President Donald Trump has told an audience of conservatives that he will win re-election in 2020 by a bigger margin than his 2016 victory.

"Tomorrow, we will be issuing document requests to over 60 different people and individuals from the White House to the Department of Justice, Donald Trump Jr., Allen Weisselberg, to begin the investigations to present the case to the American people about obstruction of justice, corruption and abuse of power", Nadler told ABC News on Sunday.

Trump also touched on various other topics, from Robert Mueller's investigation to America's recent economic successes, the border wall situation, and trade negotiations with China.

Their efforts increased this week after Mr Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen appeared before two House committees and a Senate committee.

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But he was in combative form, accusing Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell of being a drag on the economy and attacking the Green New Deal - a Democrat plan to fight climate change.

"North Korea (DPRK) has an incredible, brilliant economic future if they make a deal, but they don't have any economic future if they have nuclear weapons", Trump said during the conference. "The other thing you have to find is, listen to what Nadler said".

Trump believes holding the hearings at the same time as the Hanoi summit weakened him in negotiations with Kim Jong Un.

President Donald Trump attacked Robert Mueller's Russian Federation investigation in a speech to conservative supporters on Saturday, calling the probe "bullsh-" and claiming the special counsel was biased against him. Saturday, Trump said that he sees the Russian Federation probe petering out, as Democrats instead "morph" their narrative toward "every deal I've ever done".

In December a court sentenced Cohen to three years in prison for hush-money payments to two women and for lies to Congress - both of which he said were to protect Trump - and tax evasion.

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Otto Warmbier, center, is escorted at the Supreme Court in Pyongyang, North Korea, March 16, 2016. His remarks were widely criticized and led the Warmbier family to say they held Kim and his regime responsible for their son's death.

Among the memorable moments: Trump taunting the Democrats and the media for getting conspiratorial about him publicly asking Russian Federation in 2016 to "Please!" get Hillary's emails; Trump mocking democratic socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's Green New Deal, "or whatever the hell they call it"; and Trump slamming his vanquished "crooked" opponent and the "crooked" media, prompting chants of "Lock her up!" "We're going to check" - these people are sick".

Michael Cohen looks on as his lawyer Lanny Davis walks behind him as he testifies before the House Oversight and Reform Committee in the Rayburn House Office Building on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC on February 27, 2019.

In dramatic congressional testimony Wednesday broadcast across the world on cable and USA network channels, Cohen turned on his former boss, using the big stage to describe Trump as a "mobster", "con man", "cheat" and a "racist".

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