Former President Donald Trump has unveiled a huge plan he has for America.
Trump posted a video that outlined plans to host a contest that would design up to ten new "Freedom Cities."
The suggested "Freedom Cities" would be built on federal land.
"Trump admitted that the proposal for the contest, which would occur if he gets elected to a second term in the White House next year, is ambitious but not unheard of," reports Washington Examiner.
"Past generations of Americans pursued big dreams and daring projects that once seemed absolutely impossible," Trump said. "They pushed across an unsettled continent and built new cities in the wild frontier. They transformed American life with the interstate highway system—magnificent it was. And they launched a vast network of satellites into orbit all around the earth."
Trump continued, "But today, our country has lost its boldness. Under my leadership, we will get it back in a very big way. If you look at just three years ago, what we were doing was unthinkable, how good it was, how great it was for our country. Our objective will be a quantum leap in the American standard of living."
"Trump said the contest would propose an investment in the development of vertical-takeoff-and-landing vehicles, the creation of 'hives of industry' that cuts off imports from China, and incentives for would-be-parents to have kids, thereby causing a population surge," according Washington Examiner.
"Although the contest would be out of the ordinary, Trump has made other unusual proposals, such as buying Greenland from Denmark," his staff said.
"Abraham Lincoln campaigned for the transcontinental railroad, Theodore Roosevelt created the National Park Service, and Dwight D. Eisenhower established the interstate highway system," the staffers added.
"The proposal is part of a series of policy ideas the former president has laid out since launching his 2024 bid for the White House," Washington Examiner reports. "Other policy videos include his recommendations for public education and border security. He also released a video with his trade policy earlier this week, touting a plan to create a system that rewards domestic production."
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