Former presidential candidate Herman Cain (R-Ga.) told Kimberly Guilfoyle that he "felt inspired" by President Trump's address to the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).

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"During his speech, I heard the exploding sounds of liberals' heads exploding," Cain said. "He repeated what he said he was going to do, and he's doing what he said he was going to do."

Cain commended CPAC chairman Matt Schlapp for being able to gather together both the president and most of his team to address the public at the Maryland conference.

He said the American people did not care that Trump's vernacular was not "presidential," but that they are more concerned with Trump's agenda succeeding.

"He speaks 'Trump-Speak'. It connects with the American people," Cain said on "Hannity."

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