Trump rules out third party as he moves to firm up control of GOP

ORLANDO — Previous president Donald Trump proclaimed Sunday that he is thinking about an official spat 2024, hosts precluded framing a third get-together and will dedicate himself to developing conservative endeavors to take on liberals and others he guaranteed have focused on his development.

The location before an elated group at the Moderate Political Activity Meeting denoted Trump’s first political discourse since going out. It was arranged as a public revelation of Trump’s goal to assume a prevailing political part in controlling the GOP through the 2022 political decision — and to conceivably set himself up for a third mission for the White House.

“We began it together four years ago, and it is far from being over,”

Trump said of the political excursion dispatched by his 2016 mission.

“Let there be no doubt we will be victorious, and America will be stronger and greater than ever before.”

Trump’s speech came as he has been putting the finishing touches on a new political structure that he intends to use to cement his dominance over the GOP.

“We are not starting new parties,” he said. “We have the Republican Party. It is going to unite and be stronger than ever before.”

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