Donald Trump considering running for President again in 2024

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Orlando: US former President Donald Trump on Sunday said he was considering running for president again in 2024.Trump reasserted dominance over the Republican Party and warned of a “struggle” for America’s very survival.

Trump fired up an enthusiastic crowd at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando, echoing the grievance politics of his 2016 campaign and the harsh rhetoric of his one-term presidency.

After leaving the White House on January 20th, in his key speech at Orlando party meeting he repeated his false claims that he won the election instead of President Joe Biden, and hammered establishment Republicans who voted against him in the latest impeachment drama. But while he teased his future plans, he left the crowd guessing about whether he will challenge Biden in a rematch.

“With your help we will take back the House, we will win the Senate, and then a Republican President will make a triumphant return to the White House and I wonder who that will be?” Trump said to a raucous cheer.

“Who knows?” he boomed about his potential plans. “I may even decide to beat them for a third time, OK?” At CPAC, he walked on stage to revel in a lengthy standing ovation by cheering loyalists, the vast majority maskless despite the Covid- 19 pandemic.

Trump also said “We’re in a struggle for the survival of America as we know it,”. “This is a terrible, terrible, painful struggle.” But he said the “incredible” populist movement that propelled him to victory four plus years ago is just beginning, “and in the end, we will win.”

Trump also put to rest the rumors that he might take his base of support to create a new political party. “I am not starting a new party,” Trump said. “We have the Republican Party. It’s going to unite and be stronger than ever before.”

In his rambling 90-minute speech he attacked immigrants; slammed “cancel culture,” criticized Biden policies on climate change and energy, and repeated his false claims that “illegal” actions by Democrats had cost him the election. But he also took aim at Republicans he feels betrayed him a strong signal that he will seek to help oust them in upcoming elections.

He called out by name the 10 Republicans who voted to impeach him in the House of Representatives, and the seven Republicans who voted unsuccessfully to convict him in the Senate. “Get rid of them all,” he seethed, while the crowd jeered.

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