Trump says U.S. election reform is needed

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Former U.S. President Donald Trump said that the United States needs electoral reform. The former White House leader said this during a speech at a conservative conference in Orlando on Sunday, February 28.

He said the November 2020 election was rigged and the Supreme Court and other courts were unwilling to do anything about it. Trump said this kind of thing cannot be allowed to happen again and called for reforms.

Among the measures needed, he called for stricter election registration standards, voter ID standards, and a single day of voting, CBS News reported.

Earlier on February 28, it was reported that most of the participants of the conference of conservative circles in the United States would like to see former White House leader Donald Trump as the Republican Party’s candidate in the presidential election in 2024.

Trump said during a speech at the U.S. conservative community conference in Orlando, Florida, on February 28 that his political career was not over, and also criticized the current White House leader Joseph Biden.

On February 15, it was reported that Trump plans to resume his political involvement in the country and begin speaking to journalists again.

On February 13, the U.S. Senate acquitted Trump in impeachment proceedings. Fifty-seven senators voted in favor of acquittal, while 43 voted to condemn him. Thus, the impeachment initiative did not garner the necessary two-thirds vote.

On the same day, Trump promised to present his vision for the future of the United States shortly.