In major policy speech, Trump calls for treating cartels as terror groups, relief for homeless

In major policy speech, Trump calls for treating cartels as terror groups, relief for homeless
Trump by [Portrait of President-elect Donald Trump]. Digital photograph, 2016. Library of Congress Prints & Photographs Division. https://www.loc.gov/item/2017645723/ is licensed under https://unsplash.com/license
Former President Trump, sounding more like a 2024 presidential candidate everyday, on Tuesday set forth a sweeping policy prescription for America in which he called for treating cartels like terror groups, medical treatment tents for country’s huge homeless population, and the end to the sexualization of children.

Speaking at the America First Policy Institute summit on Tuesday, the former president outlined plans for dealing with a plethora of issues facing America today.

"We know where these gangs operate, what streets they control," he said of the drug cartels pushing narcotics in the U.S. interior. "The police officers know their names. The problem is they're not allowed to do anything about it. And they want to."

"We need to get in there immediately. Go in every drug den, every stash house, every hideaway and round up the dealers and killers and gang members and charge them with any and every crime that we find and there are a lot of them," he asserted. "To lead this effort a violent crime task force should be tasked with destroying these organizations and the penalties should be severe."
Trump by [Portrait of President-elect Donald Trump]. Digital photograph, 2016. Library of Congress Prints & Photographs Division. https://www.loc.gov/item/2017645723/ is licensed under https://unsplash.com/license