Former US President Donald Trump said in his first public speech since leaving office in January that he would run for president again in 2024, called for Republican Party unity, and blasted the Joe Biden administration, calling it "anti-jobs" and "anti-science." "We'll retake the Building. We will win the Senate, and then a Republican president will assume office. I'm curious as to who it will be "he said at the Conservative Political Action Committee's annual meeting in Orlando, Florida, amid applause from his supporters. Though the 74-year-old Trump stopped short of announcing that he would run for president in 2024 several times during his speech, he gave enough hints that he is heading in that direction.
He, on the other hand, ruled out creating a new party, believing that doing so would divide conservative voters, and urged his followers to unite in order to beat the governing Democrats in the 2022 mid-term elections. Several Republican figures, including Trump's most vehement critic, Senator Mitt Romney, have indicated that if Trump wins the Republican party primary in 2024, they will support him for president. Mitt Romney has stated that if Trump runs for president again, he would win the Republican primary. According to polls, Trump, the first US president to be impeached twice, is immensely common among Republican party members and supporters, far outnumbering his opponents.
He repeatedly criticised the Democrats and Vice President Joe Biden during his 90-minute speech in an effort to galvanise his supporters. He believed that the Biden administration's policies were leading the country down the socialist road, and vowed not to allow it to happen. In a list of his administration's accomplishments, Trump said that he handed Biden's new administration a modern-day medical miracle in the form of COVID19 vaccines. He accused Biden of encouraging illegal immigrants to cross the border. In his address, the former president repeated his argument that the November 2020 presidential elections were marred by major electoral fraud, arguing that he had actually won. Poll officials and Congress, on the other hand, have certified that Biden won the election.
Various US courts, including the Supreme Court, have rejected Trump's charges of electoral fraud.