In his first speech in the capital, Trump asserted that he would rule like a dictator in the second term

Donald Trump, man may not To set foot in the District of Columbia Again, unfortunately he came back on Tuesday, and came with a message: If he wins a second term in 2024, not only will the walls of the White House look like Jackson Pollock. Sponsored by Heinzbut he would not have a single doubt left about becoming a complete totalitarian dictator.

in a letter Delivered At the first two-day American Policy Institute summit, the former president kicked things off by making clear that the United States should model its strategy for drug dealers along the lines of that of authoritarian countries like China, which execute – execute some people. “If you look at countries all over the world, the ones that don’t have a drug problem are the ones that start a very fast trial – the death penalty for drug dealers,” Trump said in his book. Speech. In his first term, Trump repeatedly spoke of his desire to sentence drug dealers to death. In April 2017, he Call The then President of the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte, To pay tribute to the man for the country’s crackdown on drugs that is said to have resulted in the death of More than 12,000 people. “I just wanted to congratulate you for hearing about an incredible job on a drug problem,” Trump reportedly said, in a glowing reference to Duterte’s extrajudicial killing spree. “Many countries have the problem, we have a problem, but what a great job you’re doing and just wanted to call and tell you.” A year later, Axios reported that he entered internally Starch The possibility of executing drug dealers in the United States on many occasions.

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After fantasizing about mass executions, Trump then moved into office I mentioned plans To fire thousands of federal employees—those who really know what they’re doing—and replace them with MAGA loyalists:

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