Donald Trump, the former president, visited Washington DC for the very first time since he left office on Tuesday; the corporate magnate was unimpressed.
Trump mocked the disgusting homeless camps that have appeared all over the city. This was during his keynote presentation at the America First Strategy Summit hosted at the Marriott Marquis.
Trump urged for the restoration of “public order.”
Trump Has Harsh Words For DC
The former president called to create a better, federally-run shanty town on the edge of the city so the homeless may obtain healthcare and become ready to rejoin society.
The previous president said a significant portion of his address will be devoted to the growing crime in American cities.
He would also criticize the left’s aim to “reimagine public safety,” notably its refusal to prosecute offenders in favor of punishing victims. Trump then clearly stated, “Their worldview is sick.”
Of course, Biden administration targeting Trump while protecting Biden crime family. https://t.co/V4CE4TO3v2
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) July 27, 2022
Trump argued the nation has become too lenient toward crime, as seen by the rise in the abovementioned tent communities, widespread drug misuse, smash and grabs, and arbitrary forms of violence.
However, considering he was presented by Brooke Rollins, president and CEO of the America First Advisory Council, as well as a former White House aide who fought for the First Step Act during the 2020 riots, his point of emphasis was ironic in a way.
The First Step Act, which released hundreds of serious offenders from jail under the guise of police reform, was undoubtedly Trump’s worst failure.
Does Trump regret letting his team convince him to support that bit of legislation? He did not even mention it during his address on Tuesday.
Migration was Trump’s political win in 2016. Maybe if he runs again, public safety and crime will be his ticket to success in the White House in 2024.
Trump’s Here to Win
There are many distinctions between Trump and Biden, but neither one’s individual zeal appears more glaring. In other words, Trump has a lot, while Biden has none.
While Trump just seems to draw enthusiasm from the audience at the Marriott Marquis and maintained that intensity throughout the hour-and-a-half address, Biden’s public speeches frequently devolve into gibberish.
This was not what was reported
If there was a criminal probe into Trump they'd have been explicit
I call bs https://t.co/PVfVQ2JWki
— Tim Pool 🇺🇸 (@Timcast) July 27, 2022
In reality, Trump’s keynote address on Tuesday, during the first 20 minutes, felt drowsy, mostly because of his excessive dependence on the script and a dull ghostwriter.
The former president didn’t start out strong; that came when he deviated from the script.
When Trump said males shouldn’t be permitted to participate in women’s sports, he received some of the loudest cheers.
He said his advisors urged him not to use that particular phrase since it is “controversial.” Trump continued, though, by relaying the tale of a female weightlifter whose record was broken by a biological man.
This article appeared in Powerhouse News and has been published here with permission.