Trump Makes His Platform Clear for 2024 – Watch
President Trump has been unusually quiet ever since his announcement that he is running for a second term as president in 2024. But this week he came out to release his first policy plan that outlines his aim to promote free speech online. He also declared that he will prevent the government from colluding with big tech platforms like they have been found to have done in recent elections.
Trump, the 45th president of the United States, will now seek to become the 47th president in the 2024 election. This will be the third time he has run for the Oval Office.
He pledged that if he won the GOP primary and general election, he would make moves “within hours” of being inaugurated in 2025.
Former President Trump said that he would sign an executive order banning any federal department or agency from colluding with big tech or any other entities in an effort to censor American speech. Trump said that he would ban federal money from being used to label domestic speech as either mis- or dis-information. This was a definite shot at the Biden Administration’s effort to create a “Disinformation Governance Board.”
And Trump said that he would start the process of identifying and firing “every federal bureaucrat” who has engaged in domestic censorship. He would even do this at the Department of Homeland Security, Department of Health and Human Services, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Department of Justice, and other bureaucratic agencies.
Trump had a word for the new Republican majority in the House of Representatives. He wants them to “immediately send preservation letters” to the Biden administration, Biden campaign, and Silicon Valley tech companies who own social media platforms. This would prevent them from destroying documents that may incriminate them.
That sounds like a platform Trump’s base will strongly support.
Infograph of President Trump’s free speech policy! Not bad! pic.twitter.com/LuPBkX17F5
— Andrew Pollack (@AndrewPollackFL) December 15, 2022
"If we don't have free speech, then we just don't have a free country," former President Donald Trump said in a video posted on his Truth Social account. pic.twitter.com/pQlmspSoS1
— NEWSMAX (@NEWSMAX) December 15, 2022