Trump vows to launch commission that will ‘declassify and publish ALL documents’ on Deep State operations

by Summer Lane

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President Donald Trump kicked in the door to Deep State corruption on Thursday afternoon when he vowed to start up a “truth and reconciliation commission” when he reclaims the White House in 2024 that would be aimed at taking down the insidious tentacles of political corruption.

He told excited supporters in Manchester, New Hampshire, “When I get back into the Oval Office we will totally obliterate the Deep State. We will establish a truth and reconciliation commission to declassify and publish all documents on Deep State spying, censorship, and corruption.”

Trump boldly shared a vision for a renewed 2024 America that promised strength and unity through energy independence, global peace, and economic recovery.

“The choice in this election is now between strength and weakness, between success or failure, between safety or anarchy, between peace or conflict, and prosperity or catastrophe,” he continued.

President Trump’s declaration to “obliterate the Deep State” has become a core message of his 2024 platform. “Either the DEEP STATE destroys America or WE destroy the DEEP STATE – that’s the way it’s got to be,” he told rallygoers in Waco, Texas in March.

The president was greeted on Thursday by huge applause and cheers of support when he stepped onto the podium. RSBN reported that the venue was packed, with many countless more supporters spilling onto the streets outside.

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