In his first public speech since leaving office in January, former US president Donald Trump indicated he might launch a third presidential bid in 2024, called for Republican Party unity and slammed the Joe Biden administration, saying it was “anti-jobs” and “anti-science”.
“We will take back the House. We will win the Senate and then a Republican president would triumph the White House. I wonder, who that will be,” he said amidst cheers from his supporters at the annual session of the Conservative Political Action Committee in Orlando, Florida.
Though 74-year-old Trump multiple times in his speech stopped short from announcing that he will run for president 2024, he gave enough indications that he is moving in that direction.