The businessman is probably best known for his policy plan to build a wall on the Mexican-American border, but he’s come out strong on other issues as well.
U.S. – China Trade Reform
According to Trump’s website, China’s “Great Wall of Protectionism uses unlawful tariff and non-tariff barriers to keep American companies out of China and to tilt the playing field in their favor.”
His campaign promise is that by renegotiating with China, Trump will, “protect American ingenuity and investment” and “reclaim millions of American jobs and [revive] American manufacturing,” according to his site.
Veterans Administration Reform
According to Trump’s website, at the Department of Veterans Affairs, “corruption and incompetence were excused. Politicians in Washington have done too little too slowly to fix it.”
Trump proposes to, “Ensure our veterans get the care they need wherever and whenever they need it, support the whole veteran, (not just their physical health care, but also by addressing their invisible wounds) Make the VA great again,” according to his site.
According to Trump’s website, “too few Americans are working, too many jobs have been shipped overseas, and too many middle class families cannot make ends meet.” However, he says that his tax plan will directly meets those challenges with four simple goals.
Trump’s tax reform calls for, “Tax relief for middle class Americans, simplify the tax code, grow the American economy, [and] doesn’t add to our debt and deficit,” according to his website.
Second Amendment Rights
According to Trump’s website, “the right of the people to keep and bear Arms shall not be infringed upon. Period.”
Instead he thinks that, “we need to get serious about prosecuting violent criminals,” according to his website. He said this should be important to those “law-abiding gun owners” since “they’re the ones who anti-gun politicians and the media blame when criminals misuse guns,” according to his site.
Trump is scheduled to appear at noon Friday in the Fort Worth Convention Center, according to his website. Doors will open at 10 a.m.