He made only brief reference to his debunked claims of 2020 election fraud, but talked about his endorsement successes, his border wall and the current state of the economy.
The numbers appear to be more or less accurate when it comes to the recent mid-terms. After the election, the Washington Examiner, a conservative publication, put the tally at 233 victories and 28 losses.
But the claim needs some context. Most of those wins were in safe seats. And the losses included some crucial races in swing states. Mr Trump backed the losing candidates for governor and senator of Arizona, the governors of Michigan and Pennsylvania, and in the Nevada senate race.
"When the virus hit our shores, I took decisive action and saved lives and the US economy," Mr Trump said. "And by October of the same year , America was roaring back with the number one fastest economic recovery ever recorded."
Again that's a fairly accurate statement but needs some context. The recession in early 2020, caused by the Covid pandemic and lockdowns, was deep but very quick, and the Trump administration pumped relief into the hands of millions of Americans.
Mr Trump also repeated other claims about US economic strength. We evaluated some of these just before the 2020 election - put simply, not all of them stack up.
Most of that was replacements for existing fences or walls. Just 80 miles of new barriers were built where there were none before. Much of it is not a brick or concrete wall but bollard fencing.
Paper ballots and one night of counting?
When it comes to elections, Mr Trump did repeat two ideas that have become popular among election deniers - that ballots should be made of paper and all votes should be counted on election day.