Trump says he won’t form new party, vows to unite Republicans

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    Former US President Donald Trump has said he has no plans to form a new political party, promising instead to unite a Republican Party that has splintered after his supporters overran the United States Capitol in a deadly riot.

    In his first major speech since he left the White House last month, Trump said the GOP is “going to unite and be stronger than ever before”.

    Al Jazeera’s John Hendren reports from Orlando, Florida.

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