Despite rumors that he was considering it, former President Donald Trump said during his CPAC speech on Sunday that he would not form a new political party, saying that there is no need because “we have the Republican Party.”
Trump said, “We will do what we have done from the beginning, which is to win.” “We are not establishing new political parties. ‘He’s going to launch a brand new band,’ they kept saying. We have the Republican Party, which would unite and become stronger than it has ever been. I’m not creating a new political party. That was false information.”
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The day before Trump left office, the Wall Street Journal announced that he had explored the idea of creating his own political party, the “Patriot Party,” with those closest to him.
The New York Times announced a week later that Trump had scrapped his attempts to form his own political party.
“In the last 24 hours, after spreading reports that he was considering forming a third-party to hold Senate Republicans in line ahead of impeachment, Trump has been talked out of it and is making clear to people that he isn’t doing it,” the New York Times reported on January 24. “Trump has come to assume that there are fewer votes to prosecute than if the vote had been held almost immediately after Jan. 6.”
The poll showed that voters were most worried about electoral integrity, border protection, constitutional rights, and economic problems, with over 95 percent of respondents approving of Trump’s job performance as president.
More than two-thirds of those polled said they wanted Trump to run again, while 15% said they didn’t and 17% said they were undecided. A whopping 95% of respondents want the GOP to continue to follow Trump’s policies.