Former President Donald Trump delivered a speech Monday evening in Davenport, Iowa where he said that part of his platform for the 2024 presidential election is dealing with the Department of Education, breaking it up into parts and assigning those functions to the states. And this, ladies and gentlemen, made all of the progressives in the agency start sh***ing bricks.
If you listen carefully, you can hear their knees a’knockin’ in pure terror at the idea of a second Trump term, knowing if he gets into the White House, their days of indoctrinating public school children will be over. After all, Trump set himself apart from the pack by being one of the few commanders-in-chief to actually keep almost all of his campaign promises. If he says he’s going to do something, by golly, he’s damn sure going to do it.
“During the speech, Trump stated that his administration had extensively studied the possibility of breaking up the Department of Education altogether and reallocating its functions to the states, earning raucous applause,” Just the News reported.
“We studied it very closely and I was getting ready to do it, pull the trigger,” the former president stated during the speech. “The long-term goal, but now it’s a short-term goal, of breaking up the federal Department of Education and redistributing its functions to the states.”
I will break up the Federal department of education and redistribute its functions to the states. – President Donald J. Trump.⁰
⁰Watch our full coverage of President Trump’s Iowa speech here: https://t.co/G1UDfxNeJq pic.twitter.com/ISU2RtffW6
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“Trump’s Monday evening speech in the key primary battleground follows an appearance by Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis in the state. The Florida governor has not officially announced his candidacy but is widely expected to challenge Trump in a field that also includes former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley, tech mogul Vivek Ramaswamy, and businessman Perry Johnson,” the report continued.
It seems that Trump is really coming out hard this time around. I mean, he had some great stuff on his last platform and back in 2016, but he’s really hitting the sweet spot for conservatives now. He really, really wants back in the White House.
Is he the right choice for the position? Hell, I don’t know. I do know that he has a proven track record of putting pretty good policies in place and keeping his word. That already makes him far superior than 99 percent of American politicians from either party. If he gets the nomination, he’s definitely the clear choice, no doubt about it.
The bottom line is, we can do a whole lot worse than Donald Trump. A whole lot.