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Orlando, Feb 28 (EFE/EPA).- Former President Donald Trump on Sunday in a speech to the American Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) continued to deny that he lost the 2020 presidential election and declared that he is not thinking about creating a new political party.He told the huge crowd of GOP supporters in Orlando, Florida, that the united Republican Party will be stronger than ever and will win the 2022 mid-term elections as well as the 2024 presidential election.Beginning his much anticipated remarks with a question - "Do you miss me yet?" - Trump then told the huge crowd of conservative supporters wearing Make America Great Again caps and chanting his name that he will "continue to fight right by your side." (Camera: CRISTOBAL HERRERA).SHOT LIST: PEOPLE WATCH FORMER US PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP'S CLOSING SPEECH AT THE ANNUAL CONSERVATIVE POLITICAL ACTION CONFERENCE (CPAC) AT THE HYATT REGENCY ORLANDO, FLORIDA, US.

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