TRUMP CONTINUES TO TEASE 2024 RUN

 As he`s done since leaving office, Trump kept on prodding a disagreement 2024—without unequivocally declaring a run. 

"In reality, as you most likely are aware, they just lost the White House, yet that is something. Be that as it may, who can say for sure, who can say for sure? I may even choose to beat them for a third time, OK?" Trump said to cheers and serenades of "USA" and "four additional years."


"With your assistance, we will reclaim the House, we will win the Senate and afterward, a Republican president will make a victorious re-visitation of the White House," Trump said at CPAC Sunday. "Also, I wonder who that is destined to be. I wonder who that is destined to be. Who, who, who will that be, I wonder?" 

Pummels BIDEN AS PUTTING 'AMERICA LAST' 

Trump additionally emerged ready to take care of business against Biden - a somewhat uncommon move by a previous president a little more than a month out of office - and the president's organization on subjects going from COVID-19 and school terminations to energy and migration approaches.


"Joe Biden has had the most awful first month of any President in present day history. That is valid," he said. "Effectively, the Biden organization has demonstrated that they are enemies of occupations, hostile to family, enemies of lines, against energy, enemies of ladies and against science. In only one brief month, we have gone from 'America first' to 'America last.'" 

The previous president approached Biden to "get the schools open and get them open presently," calling terminations "an outrage of the greatest request and perhaps the most cowardly demonstrations by any president in the course of our lives."

However, most schools have been closed for in-person learning for almost a year now, when they first shut doors under Trump. Additionally, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released guidelines two weeks ago on how to open schools safely.

He also took a swipe at Dr. Anthony Fauci, now Biden’s chief medical adviser on COVID-19, whom Trump shared a rocky relationship with in office.

“First, Fauci said you don't need masks, no masks, no good. Then all of a sudden -- now he wants double masks,” Trump said.

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