Trump’s Latest Campaign Promise Has Liberals FREAKING Out
Donald Trump has made it to the top of the Republican Presidential contenders' list with insane promises. He's promised to build a wall, to restrict Muslims immigrating, and to work out better deals with Iran, China, and other foreign powers.
Though many have doubted him and criticized him for his lack of concrete plans on some issues, it's clear that Trump does actually have plans about how to turn things around in Washington.
Trump was recently asked if he'd consider dismantling any government organizations and he instantly fired back that he'd consider doing away with a few.
"I’m not cutting services, but I’m cutting spending. But I may cut Department of Education," the businessman said. He later went on to say that he feels that education should be localized and focused in individual areas. "I believe Common Core is a very bad thing. I believe that we should be — you know, educating our children from Iowa, from New Hampshire, from South Carolina, from California, from New York. I think that it should be local education."
That statement that he's willing to cut the department of education has liberals reeling, but it's not a bad thought. According to some estimates getting rid of that department would free up about $68 billion in America's annual budget. That money could do a lot of good outside of Washington.
Trump also said that he'd seriously consider dismantling all of the Environmental Protection Agency.
"What they do is a disgrace. Every week they come out with new regulations," Trump said. "We'll be fine with the environment."
Though Trump did concede that some environmental regulation would be necessary, he wasn't hiding his dislike for the Washington establishment and its penchant for spending taxpayers' hard fought money.
If Trump is able to dismantle even one government agency during his tenure (that is if he is president) he would be considered a successful president in so many people's eyes. The Washington overgrowth needs cutting back!
h/t: BizPac Review