Trump Says He’ll Get Homeless Off the Streets If He Wins Election

Former US President Donald Trump (2017-2021), who will compete in the Republican primaries for the 2024 elections, released a statement on Tuesday announcing that if he wins the next elections, he will remove the homeless and drug addicts who populate the cities from the streets. from the country.

"Our once great cities have become uninhabitable and unsanitary nightmaressurrendered to the homeless, drug addicts, the violent and dangerously deranged"says in the statement from his campaign office.

Trump says homeless people have no right to convert "every park and sidewalk in a place that they occupy and in which they consume drugs"in addition to noting that "Americans shouldn’t have to walk over piles of syringes and debris as they walk down a street in a beautiful city"or what it was.

In this sense, he said that the first consideration must be "the rights and safety of the hard-working, law-abiding citizens who make our society work".

For this reason, he announced that if he becomes the candidate of the Republicans and then president "when i get back to the white house" will use "all the tools" to get the homeless off the streets.

He argued that these people must be cared for, but that they have to be off the streets.

"There is nothing compassionate about letting these people live in filth and squalor instead of getting the help they need."he said, after pointing out that they are necessary "professionals to help them".

He indicated that with all the money that will be saved by ending irregular migration there will be enough funds to address this crisis that the country is suffering.

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The strategy proposed by Trump involves working with the different states to ban urban camping "whenever possible".

Violators of these prohibitions will be arrested, he said, although on the other hand they will be provided with tools to be rehabilitated in society.

The proposed plan includes the opening of large spaces for this group that will have the support of doctors, psychiatrists, social workers and drug rehabilitation specialists.

Trump indicated that those who have mental illness They will be taken to institutions with the aim of reintegrating them into society.

Trump will face in the Republican primaries, for the moment, against the former governor of South Carolina Nikki Haley, the businessman Vivek Ramaswamy and the two-time governor of Arkansas Asa Hutchinson, who could be joined by the governor of Florida, Ron DeSantis.

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