Donald Trump, a former U.S. president and potential candidate for the 2024 election, has announced a plan to build 10 “Freedom Cities” in order to boost the American standard of living and beat China in the development of flying cars. Trump believes that the U.S. has lost its courage and is calling for a national competition to design these cities, which he hopes will bring about a significant improvement in the country’s way of life.
According to a video shared by his campaign that lasted less than four minutes, one of Trump’s proposals is for the federal government to increase its investment in personal flying vehicles.
In a video, Trump expressed his desire for America to take the lead in air mobility rather than China. However, the plan provided few details and instead presented a futuristic vision akin to that of “The Jetsons,” a cartoon portraying a technologically advanced society where people commuted to work via flying cars.
The Trump campaign released a statement claiming that less than one-tenth of 1% of the vast government-owned land, excluding national parks, could be used to build 10 cities the size of Washington, D.C.
In a recent video, former US President Donald Trump hinted at a forthcoming “Quantum Leap” plan aimed at reducing the cost of living, particularly when it comes to buying cars and building homes. Trump also urged Congress to pass legislation providing “baby bonuses” to young parents, which resembles a proposal put forth by Democrats for “baby bonds” that would give every newborn $1,000.
This announcement comes on the heels of Trump’s 2024 campaign’s release of a protectionist trade agenda, which includes “universal” tariffs designed to boost domestic production.
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