Weekend Reads Back on the political scene, Trump flirts with the idea of a candidacy in 2024
Trump repeats election claims in interviews, is unchallenged
NEW YORK — In the first television interviews of his post-presidency, Donald Trump repeated his false claims that the election was stolen from him 10 times — each instance unprompted and unchallenged. Trump emerged this week for interviews with Fox News Channel, Newsmax and One America News Network tied to the death of Rush Limbaugh. Each network actively appeals to Trump's base conservative audience. And the way the interviews were conducted illustrates how difficult it may be to change the minds of supporters who believe the former president's unfounded narrative.
Donald Trump has made his first appearance since leaving the White House. It was Sunday, February 28, at the American Conservative rally in Florida. The former president attacked Joe Biden, Democrats and Republicans who dare to oppose him.
With our correspondent in New York, Loubna Anaki
“Who knows? Maybe I'll decide to beat them a 3rd time. "
Throughout his speech, Donald Trump multiplied allusions to a possible presidential candidacy in 2024. For nearly an hour and a half, the former US president spoke of his favorite subjects, his" historic record " ”, In his own words, the frauds of which he still believes he was a victim during the election.
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stage, the Republican billionaire attacked Joe Biden, whom he accuses, in particular, of having opened up the country to millions and millions of undocumented migrants.
While ensuring that Republicans are united, Donald Trump has named those he believes to be a threat to the party. Those who, in fact, dared to vote against him during his impeachment trial. A reminder of who is the boss and who decides the political future of the candidates.
“It has been said that the support of Donald Trump is the most powerful political asset! who would have believed it ? We want Republicans who are loyal to the voters and who will be at the service of the vision that I have presented, it’s very simple! "
If he intends to influence American politics, Donald Trump wanted to silence the rumors. He said he did not intend to create his own party.
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"They keep saying, 'he's going to found a new party' ... But, we have the Republican Party! He will unite and become stronger than ever. I am not going to found a new party. It's fake news! That's what they want "Oh let's start a new party so we can never win!" No we're not going to do that! "
The former president gave in passing his own definition of" Trumpism ":" Many people ask what is Trumpism? A term that I hear more and more, but it was not me who launched it! But that means formidable agreements, strong borders, that means no riots in the streets, that means security forces. It means protecting the Second Amendment and the right to carry a gun. "
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