Trump announces plan to ‘indemnify’ American law enforcement

by Summer Lane

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President Trump on Saturday night announced that he would “indemnify policemen and precincts and states and cities from being sued” so that there could be a restoration of law and order in America.

“Our police and law enforcement has to come back,” he explained.

The 45th president’s remarks were made in New York City at the New York Young Republican Club’s 111th Annual Gala. He was joined by a riveting lineup of conservative warriors like Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., and many more.

“We’re going to indemnify policemen and law enforcement and we’re going to tell them to get out, we love you, do your job,” the president continued.

His speech on Saturday touched on the desecrated state of New York, the ongoing civil fraud suit that has been brought against him by New York Attorney General Letitia James, and his vision for restoring the greatness of America after a prospectively victorious 2024 election.

“We’re going to WIN New York, we’re going WIN New Jersey, we’re going to WIN Virginia,” President Trump said with confidence. “…And we’re going to do a job that nobody’s been able to do.”

While he lambasted the failing state of the country, calling America “a nation in decline,” he remained optimistic that a 2025 Trump administration could usher in a “rebirth of American freedom” and a return to economic prosperity and peace.

“Make America GREAT AGAIN, how great is that?” he remarked, referring to his long-touted and popular campaign and platform slogan.

On Saturday night, the president spoke for over an hour, thanking conservative leaders for attending the event and providing a positive and uplifting glimpse into what he predicted would be a huge victory for American freedom in November 2024.  

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