Former President Donald Trump has come up with a bold and necessary plan to solve the homeless crisis in America’s cities. It is time to face the fact that our beautiful cities have become unlivable, unsanitary nightmares, surrendering to the homeless, the drug-addicted, and the violent and dangerously deranged. The 45th President claims that Americans should not have to put up with such filth in our streets, and he is determined to do something about it.
JUST IN: Trump Announces Sweeping Plan To End "Homeless Nightmare" In American Citieshttps://t.co/wIZk2aRDNi
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The Trump team’s “Agenda 47” makes a compelling point that the homeless have no right to use our beautiful parks and sidewalks as their personal squatting grounds to do drugs and, worse still, make our cities squalid and unsafe. Trump argues that the homeless have to be removed from the streets, but he also recognizes that they need help.
— Trump War Room (@TrumpWarRoom) April 18, 2023
Hence, the Trump plan is straightforward, compassionate, and practical. He will ban urban camping where possible and arrest violators. But those who accept treatment and services to rehabilitate them will be given an option to avoid being arrested. For those who need help, Trump will open up large parcels of inexpensive land, bring in medical professionals, psychiatrists, social workers, and drug rehab specialists, and create ten cities where these unfortunate individuals can receive needed help and their problems identified by professionals.
Trump argues that his plan is far better and cost-effective than that of his predecessors, as he is not wasting taxpayer money to house the homeless in luxury hotels without addressing their underlying issues. Trump plans to end the scourge of homelessness and make our cities clean, safe, and beautiful once again.
With Trump planning to run for president in 2024, it is apparent that he will prioritize the rights and safety of hardworking, law-abiding citizens who make our society function. His first consideration will be to remove the homeless from the streets and get them the help they need. Indeed, as he has stated, “We will do it.”