Trump Speaks At CPAC


Former President Trump says the journey he and supporters started four years ago is "far from being over." Trump addressed a packed indoor crowd at the annual CPAC summit in Florida and asked -- "Do you miss me yet?" 

He said he is not thinking about starting a new political party, calling it fake news. Trump had not spoken in public since President Biden was inaugurated on January 20th. He said Biden has had the most disastrous first month of any president in history. Trump argued that "America first" has become "America last" in one short month.

Trump accused Biden of weakening immigration laws. He also accused Biden of "selling out" to teachers unions, arguing that kids need to be back in schools immediately. The ex-president said Democrats should suffer big losses in Congress and lose the White House decisively in four years. Trump also teased the crowd about a possible run for president in 2024. He said he may decide to beat Democrats "for a third time."

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