Trump opens the door to stand for re-election

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Trump opens the door to stand for re-election

Donald Trump still does not accept his defeat at the polls. That is why the former president has opened the door to presenting his candidacy for the third time in the presidential elections that the United States will hold & á; in 2024 and has done so by repeating a denial electoral fraud. “I applied the first time and I won. Then I applied a second time and I did much better,” he said. Tuesday at a rally. “We may have to do it again.”

Until 18 months after leaving the White House despite his attempts to cling to power, the conservative tycoon returned & oacute; yesterday to Washingtonto participate in a political act of the First America Policy Institute, related to his ideas, in which he took advantage of to re-present himself as the victim of a conspiracy and to hint at his possible return to the political front row.

First visit after his departure from the White House

During his first visit to Washington, the nation's capital, since leaving the country. After losing the White House to the current president, Joe Biden, Trump has underlined his willingness to debate the Republican Party's strategy to win back the White House in two years.

“I'm here before you to start talking about what we need to do to achieve that future when we win a triumphant victory in 2022 and when a Republican president regains the White House in 2024, which I strongly believe will happen,” he said. the former US president, has collected 'The Hill'.

In a 90-minute speech at the summit of the NGO Political Institute America First, Trump has received a standing ovation from Republican lawmakers, former cabinet officials, administration officials, as well as the US government. as donors and supporters, before delivering a speech that has focused on crime and his plans for public safety.

Even so, the tycoon has also dedicated some < strong>words on the commission investigating the assault on the Capitol,ensuring that the intent of the committee it is to damage his image to prevent him from “going back to work” for the Republican Party and its voters. “They really want to hurt me so I can't work for you guys anymore, and I don't think that's going to happen,” Trump has said of the committee's work. on January 6, after which he received a standing ovation from the room. “If I stayed home and took it easy, the persecution of Donald Trump would stop immediately. It would stop. But that is not what I will do,” he added.

Criticism of Biden

In addition, Trump has harshly criticized the situation in the country under the mandate of his successor, Democrat Joe Biden: The United States “has been brought to its knees,” in his opinion.

Our country has been brought to its knees, literally to its knees. What would you have thought? (…) We have never had anything similar to what is happening now”, he has sentenced.

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