President Trump on Friday gave a speech at CPAC, the annual Conservative Political Action Conference.
And a lot of it seemed very... how would you say... familiar.
Like circa 2016 presidential campaign familiar, when Trump would go off-script, unpredictably rambling and riffing at his campaign rallies.
On Friday, Trump entered to Lee Greenwood's "God Bless the USA."
He promptly played to the crowd, getting into some preening.
"The wall" got a shout-out, of course. The crowd went wild.
At one point, when he called Hillary Clinton a "crooked candidate," the crowd broke into a "Lock her up!" chant.
And of course, he recited the lyrics of his favorite song, "The Snake" — which he uses as an allegory for immigration.
And exited to the Rolling Stones' "You Can't Always Get What You Want."