(TheRedWire.com) – In a new campaign video former president, Donald Trump unveiled his picture of America’s future. In the video, he vowed to follow radical plans in order to bring back America’s “boldness.”
As he noted what he would look to achieve is a “quantum leap” in the U.S. standard of living, which he claims can be achieved by using 0.5 percent of all federal land, that is 3.2 million acres to design ten “freedom cities.” He added that for the design of the cities, there could be a contest submitted. As he noted these cities would help “re-ignite American imagination” and they would provide hundreds of thousands of people with the opportunity to become homeowners and live out the American dream.
Currently, the federal government has a total of 640 million acres in its control and pretty much all of it is undeveloped and in the rural west of the country. In Nevada, 63 percent of the state is actually owned by the federal government.
The freedom cities plan that Trump is suggesting has similarities with NEOM, the city-building plan followed by the Saudi Arabian government to develop the country’s website region.
Trump also said that investments in vertical takeoff and landing personal vehicles (eVTOL) will need to increase. He added that the U.S. should take the lead in the development of this type of technology which currently does not appear to be in the books for any U.S. or foreign automaker. In 2009, NASA released a concept design for such a vehicle.
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