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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Republican leaders have gathered in Orlando for the annual conservative political action conference.
Former Wisconsin governor Scott Walker helped kick off the event Friday morning, Feb. 26, in a speech addressing young voters.
Walker says the country is "under siege," especially on college campuses.
The former governor criticized young liberals, who he claims only accept free speech when it's not offending anyone.
"Young people did not learn this on their own, years of left wing professors and increasingly large numbers of radical left activists on campus have shaped a new generation of snowflakes," he said.
The CPAC will continue through the weekend and will culminate on Sunday, with former president Donald Trump's first speech since leaving office.