A lot of misinformation has been floating around since Trump left office.
But he wanted to put a stop to the fake news as soon as possible.
Now, Donald Trump got up and set the record straight on this important issue.
During his CPAC speech last Sunday, former President Donald Trump stated that he is not going to create a new political party, despite reports that he was considering doing so.
He stated that there was no need to because “we have the Republican Party.”
“We will do what we’ve done right from the beginning, which is to win,” Trump said. “We’re not starting new parties. You know, they kept saying, ‘He’s going to start a brand new party.’ We have the Republican Party; it’s going to unite and be stronger than ever before. I am not starting a new party. That was fake news.”
These rumors came from a report by the Wall Street Journal.
They reported the day before Trump left office that he had talked to those closest to him about potentially starting his own party called the “Patriot Party.”
However, The New York Times reported a week later that Trump had dropped the idea of starting his own party.
On January 24, the Times reported:
“In the last 24 hours, after floating through a few folks that he was considering creating a third-party as a way to keep Senate Rs in line ahead of impeachment, Trump has been talked out of that and is making clear to people he isn’t pursuing it. Trump has started to believe there are fewer votes to convict than there would have been if the vote had been held almost immediately after Jan. 6.”
During CPAC, the Daily Wire took a poll of those who attended, asking their opinions on Trump’s job as president and what they want for the future of politics.
The Daily Wire reported:
“The poll, which found that over 95% of respondents approved of the job that Trump did as president, showed that voters were concerned most about election integrity, border security, constitutional rights, and economic issues.
More than two-thirds of respondents said that they wanted Trump to run again, while 15% said they did not, and 17% were unsure. A staggering 95% of respondents want the GOP to continue pursuing the policies of Trump.
If Trump were to run for president again, 55% of respondents said they would vote for him, followed by 21% for DeSantis, and 4% for South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem. If Trump is not on the ticket in 2024, 43% of respondents said that they would vote for DeSantis, followed by 11% for Noem.”
Clearly, there is still a great deal of support for Trump out there.
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