Former President Donald Trump on Tuesday launched his 2024 presidential campaign. In his speech, he heavily targeted Democrats but decided not to talk at all about his potential GOP rivals. This is a move that set his announcement speech apart from his traditional rallies.

Right now, many Republicans are choosing to distance themselves from Trump in light of the underwhelming performance of Trump-backed candidates in the midterm elections. Even certain GOP lawmakers who are avid supporters of Trump had hoped that he would postpone any announcements until the Georgia Senate runoff election had been concluded. This is because many are fearing the effect that his rhetoric might have on GOP candidate Herschel Walker.

However, in this speech, Trump was much calmer in his demeanor than he usually is. He also did not make comments about the 2020 election being stolen, nor did he attack any of his fellow GOP members in the way that he had done a few weeks ago when he referenced “Ron DeSanctimonious,” Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., or any of his other rivals.

Instead, his speech was focused on how he is able to fix the problems that Americans are facing and to become the voice of the people. He also spoke about the damage that the Biden administration had caused the country.

He told the crowd that this would be “America’s comeback.” In response, he was met with enthusiastic chants from supporters.