Donald Trump brags he ‘may decide to beat Democrats for a THIRD time’ in wild speech.

Donald Trump was met with huge applause when he walked out on stage at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in his first appearance since leaving office.

Walking out to 'God Bless the USA,' the CPAC crowd went wild for the former president and then chanted "USA" after the song ended.

"Do you miss me yet," Trump asked the crowd as they cheered.

"In just one short month, we've gone from America first to America last."

"But who knows, I might even decided to beat them for a third time," Trump added as people gave him a standing ovation and began hugging the other.

Trump continued down, tiptoeing whether he might run in 2024.

"The incredible journey that we've begun together," he said, "And it's far from being over."

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