Former President Donald Trump said he plans to launch a special task force if elected in 2024 to investigate people who are “political prisoners” and have been persecuted by President Joe Biden’s administration.
Closing out the first day of the Family Research Council’s Pray Vote Stand summit in Washington, D.C., Trump announced: “The moment I win the election, I will appoint a special task force to rapidly review the cases of EVERY political prisoner who has been unjustly persecuted by the Biden administration.”
“No president has ever fought for Christians as hard as I have,” he told the crowd.
And when it comes to abortion, Trump claimed Democrats “are the radicals.”
He further reminded attendees that it was his three appointments to the Supreme Court of conservative justices that made the overturn of Roe v. Wade possible. Trump also recalled becoming the first sitting president to attend the March for Life, a large anti-abortion event in Washington, D.C.
During his speech, however, Trump noted that many politicians do not discuss the issue of abortion effectively. “Many politicians who are pro-life do not know how to properly discuss a topic which is so important to the people,” he explained.
“We can win elections on this issue. But it’s very delicate and explaining it properly is extremely important,” he emphasized.