Donald Trump made his grand comeback to the political scene by taking the stage at CPAC Sunday
The former president assured the Orlando crowd he will not be forming his own political party
'We're not starting new parties,' he said, dispelling weeks of rumors. 'We have the Republican Party'
'Wouldn't that be brilliant?' he quipped. 'Let's start a new party, let's divide our vote, so you can never win'
Trump also teased he would make a run for the White House again in 2024 as he lamented of voter fraud
'Who knows, I may even decide to beat them for a third time,' Trump said, calling Melania 'future first lady'
Trump attacked Joe Biden and accused him of being soft on China and compromised
He called for further regulation of tech companies who he accused of acting to silence conservatives
He spoke out against 'cancel culture', vowing to 'stand up to political correctness and reject left-wing lunacy'
The 74-year-old called for a purge of his enemies from the Republican Party, singling out Liz Cheney