Trump Sounds Off Against the Deep State in New Announcement

There is a lot of buzz surrounding former President Trump these days. Right now, Trump is in the middle of campaigning for the 2024 GOP nomination.

As Trump runs, there is also looming speculation about whether or not he will end up being indicted. The former president’s supporters have warned that any potential indictment is a witch hunt designed to persecute him.

However, in spite of it all, Trump is still sharing with the country his plans for reelection, as the Daily Caller News Foundation reports.

Trump Takes on the Deep State

The former president confirmed that if he gets back into office, the deep state will be effectively dismantled.

Trump’s plans for dismantling the deep state entail ending corruption in agencies, handing pink slips to self-serving politicians, and declassifying records that reveal deep state surveillance of the public.

That’s not all, though. The former president likewise confirmed that if he wins 2024, he’ll work with congressional lawmakers to form an auditing system that oversees America’s intelligence agencies.

Before wrapping up his video message, Trump said the deep state will “shatter” on his watch and the goverment will go back to being controlled by the American people.

Malaise With Public Corruption

Much of the country is very much tired of public corruption that benefits the elites at the expense of the American people.

Amid Trump’s promise to do away with the deep state, his supporters took to social media with high praise. The former president was also congratulated by supporters for speaking about issues that truly matter to the American people.

As the 2024 presidential election plays out, it remains to be seen if other candidates will announce their own plans to dismantle corruption. It will certainly be an issue that is at the top of voters’ minds.

In the meantime, Americans can expect to learn more about Trump’s plans for another four years in office.

This article appeared in The Conservative Brief and has been published here with permission.