Trump again accepts running for US President – World

Trump again accepts running for US President - World

Former US President Donald Trump admitted to running for the third time in office on Sunday, again refusing to give up in the 2020 Democratic elections.

“Actually, as you know, they’ve just lost the White House (…), but who knows, who knows … I might decide to beat them for the third time,” he said, In a context close to the Conference of Conservative Political Action in Democrats, Orlando, Florida.

Trump began his first public intervention an hour late, leaving the White House on January 20, and was acquitted of his second political trial in Congress in a case of rebellion in the January 6 attack on Capitol Hill.

The former Republican president does not accept his defeat for Democrat Joe Biden, who took command of the United States presidency on January 20 and overturned many of his predecessor policies, including immigration.

He said, “No matter how powerful we want to silence the interests, there is no doubt, we will be victorious and America will be stronger and bigger than before.” ”

Donald Trump, in his speech, called for unity in the Republican Party, rejecting the possibility of forming his own party.

He said, “I will keep fighting on your behalf. We have the Republican Party, it will be as strong and united as before. I will not launch a new party, it was false news.”

Regarding Biden, he said he had “the most disastrous first month of any president in modern history.”

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