The Donald Trump who will lead the GOP for the next four years has laid out a plan to defeat the Democrats in November, telling an audience of Republican leaders in Pennsylvania that the party must not be distracted by the politics of fear and division, but instead focus on a bold new agenda of fighting global terrorism and a new economy.
Trump’s remarks came at a press conference with Republican governors in the state, where he was hoping to show the country that he is more than the candidate who took the GOP nomination from former Florida Gov.
Trump spoke with the state GOP leadership, saying, “We’re gonna win the next election.
I’m not going to get distracted.”
Trump said the party needed to start focusing on a new agenda that would lead to a stronger economy and a stronger nation.
He also said he has no plans to change his party affiliation, and said he believes in staying in the party because he believes it will win.
Trump said his campaign is going to have a “big impact” on the November elections and that he has “been proven right about the strength of our party.
I will not allow myself to be distracted from that.”
Trump, who won the Republican nomination for president in 2016, has not said whether he will run for president again, or even whether he would run as an independent.
He has not publicly said he plans to withdraw from the race, though he has not ruled out a presidential run.
Trump was in the early stages of his second run for office, as his poll numbers and his support among voters have declined in recent months.
The GOP nominee has consistently struggled to win over the white working class voters he has struggled to woo over in recent years, and he has also struggled to connect with some of the more liberal white voters who have come to his side.