In his first public address since leaving the White House, Donald Trump emphatically dismissed claims that he would be starting a new party, insisting that it would divide the Republicans at a time when they needed to be united.
As the crowd hung on his every word, he criticised the Biden administration, declaring that the president has gone from “putting America first to America last" before questioning the Democrats for reversing his hard line stance on immigration and border security.
It won’t be the searing condemnation that Trump laid at the door of the Democrats that will have Biden and his team sweating today though. It will be Trump's hints that he is preparing to run for president in 2024 as he teased his supporters by announcing that he “may even decide to beat them for a third time”. Add Comments >>