Trump is stepping up to the plate for the Republican Party.
The former president slapped down rumors that he will create a new political party to advance his America First agenda.
“I am not starting a new party”
— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) February 28, 2021
In his speech at CPAC on Sunday, Trump vowed to lead the Republican Party in a fight against the Radical Democrats and their far-Left agenda.
The speech in Orlando was Trump’s first public speaking engagement since leaving office nearly 6 weeks ago. Since then, he’s kept a relatively low profile, often meeting with lawmakers and other party officials at his Mar-a-Lago resort.
Trump’s speech solidified the purpose of the convention: not to wallow in the fact the White House was stolen from him, but to been seen as a government-in-waiting, counting down the time until he can Make America Great Again in 2024.
Trump’s popularity with the conservative crowd cannot go unnoticed. The raucous young conservatives merely highlighted how drastically President Trump has transformed the party in just five years.
Prominent conservatives who have departed the Trump train were no where to be found.