According to the news site Axios Sunday in a speech in Orlando, ex-President Donald Trump is going to call himself “a plausible presidential candidate” for the Republican party. Trump is a speaker at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), an annual meeting of leading conservatives. It‘s gonna be Trump’s first public performance since he left the White House on January 20.
The main thing, according to the site, is not that he thinks of a return to the White House, but that he stresses that he is still the boss of the party. Trump received 74 million votes in November, more than a Republican presidential candidate ever received and 11 million more than in 2016, but he lost the election and is also controversial for the loss of electoral fraud and refuses to believe that his Democratic opponent Joe Biden got 7 million votes more.
According to Axios, Trump will consult with advisors this week in his country house Mar-a-Lago in Florida about the course to be followed for himself and for the party. For example, a start would be made to set up a network and fund to support pro-Trump Republicans in the run-up to elections to the House of Representatives and part
of the Senate in 2022. questioned that she would join a party of Trump if it said goodbye to the Republicans and starts a party for itself. Only a little over a quarter replied the Republican party not leave when Trump leaves and the rest did not know yet.
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