Today, in the latest roundup of Donald Trump news, is a whole new slew of comments made at this morning's Cpac speech. The speech, which was given Friday, February 24th, covered just about everything you could possibly imagine. The speech was given at CPAC, or the Conservative Political Action Committee, and is not the first time Trump has spoken at the event.

Trump's history with CPAC

In 2011, Trump first announced his intention to involve himself in politics during a popular speech at that year's CPAC. At the time, he was considering running for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination.

Back then, Trump's political views were quite different. He favored things like abortion rights and universal health care, several things which he has since taken quite a different stance on. His rhetoric was still littered with "alternative facts," but his views were not as radical and dividing as they have become.

What did Trump have to say this time?

Donald Trump began his speech by speaking out against the press, calling them everything from "the dishonest media" to "the worst" to "fake, phony, fake." Trump also accused the media of making up nonexistent sources and being "the enemy of the people."

Trump reiterated several of his campaign promises, promising a "very, very strong military" and renewed construction on the Keystone and Dakota Access Pipelines.

He's "building the wall... way ahead of schedule." He's "getting bad people out of this country." He's going to "repeal and replace Obamacare." These are just a few of the things that Trump has vowed to follow through on. The list doesn't end there. Everything from tax reform, the creation of jobs, and the obliteration of ISIS was covered at CPAC.

Even a few negative words about Hillary Clinton were spoken. It seems that, even now, Donald Trump cannot help himself.

What is Trump promising moving forward?

Trump has created this new "movement" around himself and his political actions, and today he defined that movement's "core conviction" as being that "we are a nation that put and will put its own citizens first." And now, Trump's newest promise for action?

"Fighting the fake news." Rather ironic, considering that a recent poll conducted by Quinnipiac University found that 52% of voters trust the media, while only 37% of voters trust President Trump more.

Where do you stand? What do you think about Trump's latest promises?