The president pledged to eradicate the Hispanic gang from American cities at a police officer memorial.
President Trump promised that the Mexican gang MS-13 will no longer walk the streets of American cities while speaking at the National Peace Officers’ Memorial on Monday.
“MS-13 is going to be gone from our streets very soon, believe me,” Trump told the crowd.
He then pointed back at Vice President Mike Pence, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, and Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly as the point men on the fight.
In an uncharacteristic moment, Trump relied a heavily on philosophical argument in defense of his “law and order” administration.
“True social justice means a future where every child in every neighborhood can play outside without fear, can walk home safely from school, and can live out the beautiful dreams that fill their heart,” Trump said.
“Freedom includes the right to be free, and I mean totally free, from crime and from violence,” he added.
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