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Trump’s New Ban If Elected In 2024


This could actually work.

Donald Trump, the ex-president, revealed his plan to tackle homelessness in big cities, vowing to prohibit “urban camping” if he were to win the election. He also proposed that the campaign could be funded by redirecting funds from Ukraine’s conflict with Russia.

According to Newsmax, the Trump campaign website, Make America Great Again, shared an agenda that addresses topics concerning homelessness, mental illness, and drug addiction. Additionally, former President Trump delivered a video speech on Rumble on Monday, discussing the same issues.

Trump boldly stated, “Our first consideration should be the rights and safety of the hardworking, law-abiding citizens who make our society function. When I am back in the White House, we will use every tool, lever, and authority to get the homeless off our streets. We want to take care of them, but they have to be off our streets.”

Trump added, “There is nothing compassionate about letting these individuals live in filth and squalor rather than getting them the help that they need. We need professionals to help them. For a small fraction of what we spend upon Ukraine, we could take care of every homeless veteran in America.


“Our veterans are being treated horribly. Likewise, with all the money we will save by ending mass unskilled migration, we will have a huge dividend to address this crisis in our own country,” he added.

“Under my strategy, working with states, we will BAN urban camping wherever possible,” he said.

As per the Trump campaign, should the former president be elected to the White House in 2024, he intends to acquire large plots of affordable land, employ doctors, psychiatrists, social workers, and drug rehabilitation experts, and establish tent cities to resettle the homeless and tackle their issues. The campaign also stated that Donald Trump aims to revive mental institutions to house and aid individuals who are severely mentally ill or pose a danger to others due to their condition.

During his video speech, Donald Trump stated that his proposed strategy would be significantly more effective and cost-efficient than using taxpayers’ funds to provide luxury hotel accommodations to the homeless without addressing the root causes of their problems.