Americans would say "enough is enough" this year: Trump
Asserting that Americans have had enough of the Clintons over the past few decades, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has claimed that the US citizens will say "enough is enough" to them in the upcoming general election.
Edison (New Jersey): Asserting that Americans have had enough of the Clintons over the past few decades, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has claimed that the US citizens will say "enough is enough" to them in the upcoming general election.
"Americans have had it with the years, the decades, of Clinton Corruption. They get rich stealing your jobs and shipping them to other countries. This will finally be the year the American people say: Enough is Enough," Trump, 70, said at an election rally in New Hampshire yesterday.
He alleged that Hillary Clinton had spoken in secret to a foreign bank that her dream was totally "open trade and open borders".
"By 'open trade' she means foreign countries can cheat us out of millions of jobs and trillions of dollars. By 'open borders' she means totally unlimited immigration," he alleged.
"When she thought no one was listening, Hillary Clinton was plotting to destroy the sovereignty of the United States. Either we win the election, or we lose the country. A Trump administration will secure and defend our borders. And yes, we will build a wall," he said.
Announcing his action plan to handle drug menace in the country, Trump said he will dismantle the illegal immigrant cartels and violent gangs and send them swiftly out of the country.
"We will aggressively prosecute traffickers of illegal drugs, and provide law enforcement and prosecutors with the resources and support they need to do their jobs," he said.
"We will close the shipping loopholes that China and others are exploiting to send dangerous drugs across our borders in the hands of our own postal service. These traffickers use loopholes in the Postal Service to mail fentanyl and other drugs to users and dealers in the US," he claimed.
He said a Trump administration will crack down on the abuse and give law enforcement the tools they need to accomplish this mission.
"We will fix the misguided rules and regulations that have made this problem worse," Trump said.
Alleging that since China's entry in the World Trade Organization, 70,000 factories have shut down or left the US, Trump said the country was living through the greatest jobs theft in the history of the world.
"If I win, day one, we are going to announce our plans to renegotiate NAFTA. If we don't get the deal we want, we'll leave NAFTA and start over to get a much better deal," he said.
Trump also said as part of his plan to bring back jobs, his administration will lower business tax from 35 per cent to 15 per cent.
"We will have a 10 per cent tax on money parked overseas, bringing trillions in wealth back into our country," he said.
"We will become the great jobs magnet of the world. Wages will rise, jobs will return, and factories will come rushing onto our shores," he said.
"We are going to have the biggest tax cut since Ronald Reagan; eliminate every unnecessary regulation; defend religious liberty; reduce the cost of tuition; rebuild our depleted military and take care of our vets," he said.