Trump Answers American Prayers: Vows To End Child Trafficking, Reunite Children With Families
On Saturday, leading 2024 presidential candidate and 45th President Donald Trump delivered a speech to the Turning Point Action Conference in West Palm Beach, Florida where he promised to not only end child trafficking but reunite all trafficked children with their families.
“I will use Title 42 to end the child trafficking crisis by returning all trafficked children to their families in their home countries immediately,” Trump said.“I will sign a Day One Executive Order ending Automatic Citizenship for the children of illegal aliens,” Trump added.
Trump says he will use Title 42 (which Biden ended) to END the child trafficking crisis by returning ALL trafficked children to their families👊
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No other president or presidential candidate has done more to fight the horrific practice of human and child trafficking than President Trump.
Trump has also vowed to seek the death penalty for drug traffickers, human traffickers, and child traffickers if he is reelected to the White House.
“We also need the death penalty for drug dealers. So important. And I’d add to that human traffickers. Drug dealers and human traffickers. Watch it stop and stop quickly,” Trump said in a video announcement.
Trump is also hosting a screening of the anti-child sex trafficking movie ‘Sound of Freedom’ on July 19 at his Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey alongside the movie’s producer and stars.
“President Trump’s leadership resulted in a 14% increase in human trafficking convictions in 2017 over the prior year. In 2017, President Trump’s Director of National Intelligence raised the issue of human trafficking to a top priority for America’s intelligence agencies. In 2018, President Trump made history as the first president to participate in the President’s Interagency Task Force to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons,” Trump’s campaign wrote in a statement.
“As President, Donald J. Trump took historic steps to end human trafficking and protect the innocent. In January 2020, President Trump recognized the 20th Anniversary of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act and signed an Executive Order on Combating Human Trafficking and Online Child Exploitation in the United States, creating the first ever White House position solely dedicated to combating human trafficking,” the statement reads.
“In 2019, President Trump invited Tim Ballard to the White House to share his experiences and highlight the importance of President Trump’s border wall. President Trump built over 450 miles of robust border wall and instituted strong immigration policies like Title 42 to thwart these horrific crimes from occurring across America’s southern border,” the statement adds.
“President Trump signed nine pieces of bipartisan legislation to combat human trafficking, both domestically and internationally, approved the largest DOJ grant package in history to combat human trafficking, and doubled the amount of DOJ funding to combat human trafficking,” the statement concludes.
Trump’s record of fighting child trafficking is not only impressive but historic.