President Donald Trump delivered his first major speech after leaving office, charting a path forward for the Republican Party and conservatives but suggested that he might run in 2024.
“I may even decide to beat them for the third time,” he said.
Trump said the conservative movement he created “is far from being over” but did not declare that he would try to run against for president in 2024. “There’s never been a journey more successful,” he said, adding that conservatives “will be victorious and stronger and greater than ever before.”
“The future of the Republican Party is as a party that defends the social, economic, and cultural interests and values of working American families—of every race, every color, and every creed. Republicans believe that the needs of everyday citizens must come first,” President Trump said.
The President went on to critique the first month of the Biden administration by saying; “Biden has failed at his number duty as Chief Executive; enforcing America’s laws.”
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Reuters and the Epoch Times contributed to this report.