Trump pitches ‘FREEDOM CITIES’ and new ‘American Standard of Living’ in futuristic Quantum Leap plan

by Summer Lane

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President Trump has taken one giant leap forward in an effort to increase the “American Standard of Living” in a brave and exciting new Quantum Leap plan that is aimed at modernizing communities across the United States.

In a bold installment in his series of 2024 presidential campaign policy pitches, Trump has added to his Agenda47 platform with a brilliant strategy that would revolutionize the way Americans live their everyday lives.

“Our objective will be a quantum leap in the American Standard of Living,” Trump said in a video released alongside a detailed policy plan. He offered several methods by which he would accomplish this task.

The first approach would be to incentivize the chartering of up to ten new cities in the U.S. and award those with the best proposals for their development. Trump called them “Freedom Cities,” and posited that they would offer “hundreds of thousands of young people and other people, all hardworking families, a new shot at home ownership and in fact, the American Dream.”  

“In other words, we’ll actually build new cities in our country again,” he explained. “These Freedom Cities will 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.”

The second big mechanism in Trump’s Quantum Leap plan will be transportation. “Dozens of major companies in the U.S. and China are racing to develop vertical-takeoff-and-landing vehicles for families and individuals,” he said. “Just as the United States led the automotive revolution in the last century, I want to ensure that America, not China, leads this revolution in air mobility. These breakthroughs can transform commerce, bring a giant infusion of wealth into RURAL America, and connect families and our country in new ways.”

Trump also pitched a series of incentives to bring down the cost of living and even encourage a baby boom:

  • The launch of a Strategic National Manufacturing Initiative,
  • A second major initiative that would lower the cost of living, cars, and homes for families,
  • The introduction of “Baby Bonuses,” for young parents to launch a “new baby boom,”
  • A challenge would be issued to the governors of all 50 states to join in a “great modernization and beautification campaign” to eliminate ugly buildings and to beautify America’s parks, public spaces, cities, and towns,
  • The safety and security of these communities would be prioritized by strengthening the police force in the U.S. once again.

“It is time to start talking about GREATNESS for our country again,” Trump concluded. “I will dramatically increase living standards and build a future that brings our country together through excitement, opportunity, and success.”

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