During his speech, Trump indicated that he will not create a new political force and predicted that the Republican Party “will unite and be stronger than ever”
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This Sunday, the former president of the United States, Donald Trump, returned to the fore and delivered a speech at the closing of the Political Action Conference (CPAC for its acronym in English), held in Orlando, Florida, where he assured that better times will come. for the Republican Party.
During his speech, the ex-president assured that the group “will unite and be stronger than ever”, a fact with which he made clear his strength within the ranks.
At the beginning of his speech, Trump eliminated rumors about his political retirement by noting that his career “is far from over.”
“We will be victorious and the United States will be stronger and bigger than ever,” added the former president.
As in the recent past, Trump continued with his line of claiming that he was the victim of electoral fraud in the presidential elections of November 3, 2020, when he was defeated by Democrat Joe Biden; However, there is no evidence of what the Republican has denounced for months.
That process, in which he claimed to be the winner, took him away from the political arena for a few days; However, this Sunday he commented that “(The Democrats) have just lost the White House, but it’s one of those things, but who knows, who knows. I can even decide to beat them a third time. I can even decide to beat them a third time.
Apoyo a Trump
Before your speech, The Hill announced that a survey among those present at the CPAC revealed that Trump had the support of 55% of the attendees regarding a possible candidacy for the presidential election in 2024.
The poll made the position of Republican voters very clear, who remain on the former president’s side for the near future.
The Hill added that Florida Governor Ron DeSantis came in second with 21% of the support. The third place in the poll went to South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem, with 4% support.
On whether they would like to see another Republican candidate in the fight for the White House, only 15% said they would prefer another figure. 17% said they were not sure at the moment.
Regarding internal policies, 95% expressed their support for the Republican Party to maintain its agenda and the policies of the former president, while 3% revealed that they should go in another direction.
Attendees were also asked who they would vote for if Trump does not run for president in 2024. The most voted option was Ron DeSantis, who had the support of 43% of those present.
“So again you see how important to everyone here the rank and file is, the base of the Conservative movement, the base of the Republican Party, is President Trump or a Trump candidate,” reported pollster Jim McLaughlin, who announced the poll results. in the date.