Trump mentioned his Administrations' actions that favored the country, including the long-expected and criticized move of the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv, the signing of the Abraham Accords between Israel, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and the U.S. withdrawal from Iran Nuclear Deal.
"'The stakes have never been higher," the former President said in his address, delivered via video.
Biden has "restored funding for the Palestinian Authority, announced his intention to rejoin the Iran Nuclear Deal, and now the Biden administration is planning to open a consulate in Jerusalem for the Palestinian people," Pence told the group where he spoke in person.
Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie admitted that he was a long-time Trump advocate and reminisced about playing the role of Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden for the former President in debate prep sessions, he pressed members of the coalition not to dwell on the previous Administration's accusations of election fraud.
"We can no longer talk about the past, and past elections," Christie said, eliciting applause.
"No matter where you stand on that election... it is over. Every minute that we spend talking about 2020, all the wasted time that we're there, Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer are laying ruin to this country."
The former New Jersey Governor spoke of his victory running for office in the state despite the Democratic majority there. He called upon the Republican party to focus on "hardworking, working class" people who felt rejected by the Democratic party.
"People want someone to fight for them, but to do it in a way that doesn't hurt their ears, and you all know what I mean," Christie said.
"Demand… a plan for tomorrow, not a grievance about yesterday."
Christie was well-received by the group and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis received loud praise from the crowd.