President Donald Trump pitched a beautification campaign to Americans on Saturday night in remarks delivered to an eager audience during CPAC’s 2023 annual convention in Washington, D.C.
“We will get rid of ugly buildings and return to the magnificent classical style of Western civilization,” he said.
The president’s declaration was part of his 2024 campaign’s newly announced Quantum Leap plan, which aims to revive a pioneering spirit in the United States by forging new “Freedom Cities” and encouraging young couples to start families by providing “baby bonuses.”
Per his campaign, the “great modernization and beautification campaign” will challenge the governors of all 50 states to update buildings, refurbish parks and public spaces, make towns “more livable,” and prioritize making American society “a pristine environment.”
“President Trump will also support the construction of towering monuments to our true American heroes,” the campaign continued. “To ensure that our cities are safe, President Trump will always stand for law and order and continue to support our brave police officers.”
As reported by RSBN, Trump’s unprecedented Quantum Leap plan will strategically focus on resurrecting the American economy and bringing the cost of living down for the average family. Most notably, his plan would incentivize the chartering of up to ten new cities called “Freedom Cities.”
Via President Trump, these new population centers would “reopen the frontier, reignite American imagination, and give hundreds of thousands of young people and other people, all hardworking families, a new shot at home ownership and in fact, the American Dream.”
Trump’s proposal to give American cities and public spaces a facelift hearkens back to the advocacy initiatives of President Lyndon B. Johnson’s wife, First Lady Claudia Johnson.
In the 1960s, First “Lady Bird” Claudia kickstarted the “Beautification of America” initiatives. Mrs. Johnson famously advocated for the nationwide enhancement of America’s roadways and parks.