Trump Makes Unbelievable Admission Nobody Saw Coming – Says He’ll DO IT!

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The anti-Israel demonstrations taking place on American college campuses have been called a “radical revolution” by former President Donald Trump, who also threatened to banish any foreign students participating in them if re-elected.

“One thing I do is [with] any student that protests — I throw them out of the country. You know, there are a lot of foreign students,” Trump told the group during a May 14 roundtable, according to the New York Post.

“They’re going to behave as soon as they hear that,” the bold 2024 candidate continued.

During the debate, at least one of the donors reportedly voiced concerns regarding the possibility that one of the student protesters may go on to become a prominent politician.

But according to the Post, Trump promised the contributors he would work to stop the “radical revolution” taking place on college campuses, saying it “has to be stopped now.”

The Trump campaign’s Karoline Leavitt charged that President Biden was handing the protesters more power in a statement she sent to The Post on Monday.

“Joe Biden has sided with radical leftist Democrats like Ilhan Omar and Rashida Talib and empowered antisemitic protestors destroying our college campuses and threatening to undermine our democracy,” Leavitt said.

“President Trump will side with Jewish Americans and American citizens, period, and he will not tolerate terrorist sympathizers on our college campuses,” Leavitt added.

Additionally, the 45th president made a public pledge to suppress anti-Israel demonstrators. A few weeks following the tragic surprise Hamas attack on October 7, 2023, which claimed the lives of almost 1,200 Israelis, Trump pledged to remove the “resident aliens” involved in the “pro-jihadist protest.”

“If you hate America, if you want to abolish Israel, if you sympathize with jihadists, then we don’t want you in our country, and you’re not going to be getting into our country,” Trump told the Republican Jewish Coalition in Las Vegas back in October.

“I will cancel the student visas of Hamas sympathizers on college campuses and all resident aliens who join in pro-Jihadist protests,” he went on. “Come 2025, we will find you, and we will deport you.”

Similar plans have already been put out by a number of Republicans.

In October, for instance, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) tried to get a resolution to revoke the visas of foreign citizens living in the United States who support Hamas.

It is said that Trump told contributors at this month’s roundtable in New York that he would back Israel if he were to win the president again.

This occurs at the same time as a group of billionaires is contributing financial support to Trump’s 2024 presidential campaign in an effort to close the funding difference with Vice President Joe Biden.

According to Fox Business Network, Blackstone’s CEO and co-founder, billionaire Stephen Schwarzman, declared on Friday that he will back former President Trump in the 2024 election. Formerly, Schwarzman demanded that the Republican Party look to a “new generation of leaders.”

Schwarzman, who is estimated to be worth $39 billion, stated that the “dramatic rise of antisemitism has led me to focus on the consequences of upcoming elections with greater urgency” and that he shares the concerns of many Americans that “our economic, immigration, and foreign policies are taking the country in the wrong direction.”

His declaration coincides with a gathering of billionaires endorsing the Trump campaign, which is gaining ground on the Biden campaign in terms of financial contributions. Up until April, when Trump’s campaign overtook Biden’s in monthly fundraising for the first time this cycle, the Biden campaign had been exceeding Trump’s. The Trump campaign’s finances have also been stretched by growing legal fees.

The New York Times revealed in April that Biden’s campaign had net cash of approximately $84.5 million, compared to $48 million for Trump’s. The money for the Trump campaign climbed by around $3 million from March, while the Biden campaign’s revenues were essentially flat from the previous month.

Schwarzman’s and other billionaire donors’ contributions might greatly help the Trump campaign close the fundraising difference with Biden. John Paulson, the wealthy founder of a hedge fund, had a fundraising event in his Palm Beach, Florida, home at the beginning of April. To be seated at Trump’s table as a “chairman” contributor, guests had to pay $814,600 per person, or $250,000 to be a member of the “host committee.”

Co-chairs of the Paulson fundraiser were billionaire Robert Mercer and his daughter, Rebekah Mercer. Both were big Trump backers in 2016, but Fox Business pointed out that they had mostly stayed out of his 2020 reelection campaign.

The event chair was also identified as oil magnate Harold Hamm, the founder and chairman of Continental Resources, who contributed to the development of fracking techniques in shale oil extraction. The event co-chairs were described as casino billionaire Steve Wynn and Todd Ricketts, a member of the TD Ameritrade board of directors and co-owner of the Chicago Cubs. Ricketts was the finance chair of the RNC in the past.

Over $50 million was raised for Trump’s campaign during the April event, which is about twice as much as Joe Biden raised at an event a few weeks prior with former presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton as well as several Hollywood celebrities.

“Trump outraised Biden by $76 million to $51 million in April, the first time in recent months that Biden couldn’t rake in more money than his Republican opponent. A recovered Trump-DeSantis relationship could also help the former president’s image among Florida voters who reelected DeSantis as governor in 2022 by nearly 20 points,” it said.

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