Fight for the 2024 election again? What important signal did Trump release in his first speech after leaving office?

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China News Service, March 1st, a comprehensive report, less than two months after leaving office, former US President Trump returned to the political spotlight with a high profile, attracting widespread attention. On the 28th local time, he delivered a speech at the “Conservative Political Action Conference”, implying that he might participate in the 2024 US presidential election and that he would not form a new political party. Trump is accused of proving his strength in American politics and will play a major role in the 2022 midterm elections.

Fight for the 2024 election again? What important signal did Trump release in his first speech after leaving office?

Trump hints: May participate in the 2024 election

On the 28th local time, Trump announced the closing ceremony at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) held in Orlando, Florida Speech. This is Trump’s first public speech since leaving office.

At the beginning of his speech, he said, “I stand in front of you today and declare that this unparalleled journey that we started four years ago is far from over.” He said, “I want you to know, I will continue to fight side by side with you”, implying that I may re-elect the president in 2024, saying that I will “defeat the Democratic Party for the third time.”

Actually, Trump only defeated the Democratic candidate in 2016 and won the election. In the 2020 election, he lost to the then Democratic presidential candidate Biden. But Trump insisted that the 2020 election results were fraudulent, and he “won” the 2020 election.

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p >The picture shows US President Biden signing an executive order in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington.

Criticizing the Biden administration: “The worst in history”

Trump also criticized the newly appointed Biden administration in his speech. He said, “In just one month, we have changed from’America’s First’ to’America Last’.”

He criticized Biden’s policies on immigration and even restarting schools during the presidency, saying Biden’s first month in office was “the worst in modern American history”, referring to his policies as “anti-work, anti-family, anti-border, anti-energy, anti-female, and anti-science.”

He also said that America’s future, culture, system, borders, and most cherished values ​​are in a historical struggle. “Our security, prosperity, and our identity as an American are in danger. , Unprecedented”, but “we will win in the end, and the United States will be stronger and greater.”

The support rate in Trump’s party is leading: no new party will be formed

Trump also denied the speculation of starting a new party, saying, “We already have a Republican party. That’s fake news.” Trump stated that the Republican Party will be a party that defends the social, economic and cultural interests and values ​​of American working families, regardless of skin color, race or religious beliefs. “The Republican Party believes that the needs of citizens must Priority.”

In addition, the 2024 presidential candidate poll conducted by CPAC before Trump’s speech also showed that he still has great influence in the Republican Party, with 55% of the Interviewers said that if Trump participates in the 2024 presidential race, they will vote for him in the primary elections. Another 68% of respondents support Trump’s re-election in 2024.

Al Cardenas, the former chairman of the CPAC Alliance, said on the 28th that through this meeting, Trump “will continue to ensure that people know that he is the de facto leader of the Republican Party, and those Those who do not want to follow in their footsteps will pay the price.”

The US “Capitol Hill” analyzed that Trump hopes to consolidate his control of the Republican Party through his first important appearance in CPAC.

There are also US media analysis that Trump hopes to regain his core position in the Republican Party and prepare himself for an important role in the 2022 midterm elections.