Donald Trump Platform

Donald Trump - Platform

Donald Trump Platform(continued from Donald Trump Christian?)

Has President Donald Trump kept his word, and what is his platform?


Donald Trump supported abortion until about 20 years ago and continues to claim that even late-term abortion should be allowed in cases of rape or incest (see Abortion is Murder). As president, however, Donald Trump has worked to defund Planned Parenthood, addressed the Right to Life March, and appoint pro-life judges, including to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Homosexual "Marriage"

In 2011, Donald Trump switched from not opposing homosexual marriage to opposing it. After the 2015 U.S. Supreme Court's Obergefell v. Hodges ruling in favor of homosexual marriage, he switched again and said homosexual marriage should be respected as the law of the land. President Donald Trump has yet to switch back and obey the Bible Verses Against Homosexuality.


President Trump has built 300 miles of the wall on our southern border to date and has committed to building 450 miles before re-election, after which he is likely to complete the entire wall, and focus on deporting all illegal immigrants, ending chain immigration, especially from Muslim nations (see Islam: what the West needs to know), and instituting a merit-based immigration policy.


President Trump opposes universal healthcare coverage but is expected to continue to try to drive down healthcare costs by pressuring insurance companies into interstate competition, international drug makers to stop price gouging in America, and hospitals to make their prices transparent (see President Trump and Coronavirus).


In his second term, President Trump is expected to continue to negotiate bilateral trade deals, pressure manufacturing supply chains to move back to America, upgrade our nation's infrastructure, give another tax cut to the middle class, and start to address our national debt of  $27,000,000,000,000, which works out to be over $215,000 for every American taxpayer (see America in Decline).


China is by far the world's largest producer and consumer of pork. When a swine fever killed half of China's pigs and doubled their prices in 2019, President Trump leveraged it to lock in a "Phase 1" trade deal with China that in turn should lock in support for him in key 2020 rural swing states. President Trump recognizes that America is locked in an existential technology arms race against China. After re-election, he is likely to take off his gloves and apply maximum pressure on China to win this race, and also seek reparations from China for causing the Coronavirus pandemic (see Who Caused COVID-19).


President Trump does not want a war with Iran but also will not allow Iran to become nuclear armed. He has tolerated Iran attacking assets (e.g., our military drone and Saudi Arabia's oil refinery) but counter-attacked decisively when an American was killed. If Iran tries to become nuclear armed during President Trump's second term, he is likely to attack it militarily with everything except boots on the ground and nuclear bombs.

North Korea

For North Korea's Kim Jong Un to sit on his threats to resume missile tests, President Trump's recent letter to him is likely to have offered something that Kim Jong Un can look forward to if he lies low until the re-election of President Trump, who appears resigned to the fact that North Korea is already a nuclear power and cannot be attacked militarily without risking catastrophic retaliation. After re-election, President Trump is likely to sign a peace treaty with and lift economic sanctions on North Korea in exchange for U.N. inspector-verified freeze of its nuclear arms production, testing, and export.


President Trump is likely to end the war in Afghanistan, bring our troops home, and leave Afghanistan to the Taliban.

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