Trump Vows To Remove ‘The Radical Left’ From Education

Former President Donald Trump recently announced multiple policies he would enact in a potential administration to drive “the radical left” out of the U.S.’s “once great educational institutions.”

The former president revealed that his “secret weapon will be the college accreditation system.”

While pointing out that tuition costs have skyrocketed under the Biden administration as academics waste funds on “indoctrinating America’s youth,” Trump said higher education officials “are supposed to ensure that schools are not ripping off students and taxpayers, but they have failed totally.”

The former president said that if he is elected president in November 2024, he would let go of all the leftist educational accreditors that have indoctrinated students.
“When I return to the White House, I will fire the radical left accreditors that have allowed our colleges to become dominated by Marxist maniacs and lunatics,” Trump pledged.

The GOP presumptive presidential nominee added that new officials will “impose real standards” in the education industry, such as by “defending the American tradition and Western civilization, protecting free speech, eliminating wasteful administrative positions… [and] removing all Marxist Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion bureaucrats.”

On April 23, 2024, reports showed that Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ (R) surrogates were competing for positions in a potential Trump administration, including Education Secretary, according to the National Pulse. Pro-DeSantis Republicans such as Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds (R) and activist Christopher Rufo are said to covet the position.

The Daily Caller reported that an anonymous education group lists Reynolds on its shortlist for the role.

A spokesman for the Iowa governor pointed out that serving as Education secretary is a role she is interested in.

“From her perspective, it’s something that she is interested in,” the spokesman said.
Like Reynolds, Rufo also appears to favor the position.

“I think when the country calls you to service, you have to listen,” the conservative activist said. “And when the president is looking to assemble a team to advance these ideas, these principles and these policies, he’s going to need the best people he can get. And I think something like that would be an offer that would be very difficult, if not impossible to refuse.”

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