As the new year ramps up, expect to see a lot more from Donald Trump. He has already dominated the GOP primaries—even without attending a single debate.
But as we get closer to November, Trump will only increase his appeal to the American public.
And, with the new year unfolding, Americans are looking at some of Trump’s top promises. This is what he has vowed to achieve, in a second term.
While he is looking to build on what he established during his first four years, Trump has also recognized that America now has additional challenges that must be addressed…
Trump has promised to tackle the “left-wing gender insanity” pushed on children… Trump plans to address rising crime… In 2023, Trump signed a “Presidential Promise to American Women”…
Trump has vowed to take on the globalists, determining that “World War III has never been closer than it is right now.”
Trump has made several issues top priorities for his second term. Among them is his plans to end the spread of “woke gender ideology” that is pushed onto children in public schools.
The former president has also vowed to pass record investment in hiring police officers across the country—to combat the ongoing crime epidemic in large cities. He also promised to protect women by affirming the biological definition of genders.
Former President Trump also plans to protect parental rights, something many red states have fought to do. He also plans to reverse Biden’s disastrous foreign policies that have sparked global conflict.
On top of all this, Trump has vowed to go to war with Mexican drug cartels and protect Americans’ Second Amendment rights.
As you probably notice, all of these issues are addressing problems that have arisen in the years following Trump’s first administration. It appears he plans to shut down much of what Biden has done—something that will impress many Americans.
- Trump has made top campaign promises, should he return to the White House.
- Some of his major priorities include protecting women, ending gender ideology, and defeating drug cartels.
- Most of his new goals come in response to the Biden administration’s major failures.