WATCH: Trump Vows To Terminate Biden Policies And ‘Commence Largest Deportation In History’

On Friday, leading 2024 presidential candidate and 45th President Donald Trump spoke to a massive crowd of Evangelical and Christian supporters at the Pray Vote Stand Summit in Washington, D.C. for over an hour.

In 2017, Trump made history as the first sitting President to address the Christian summit.

Trump vowed to terminate all open border policies of President Joe Biden’s administration and will “commence the largest deportation operation in American history.”

“Upon my inauguration, I will terminate every open border policy of the Biden administration and commence the largest deportation operation in American history. We have no choice. This is not sustainable,” Trump said.

During the speech at an event the day prior for the Concerned Women of America Summit, Trump received a massive applause from the audience when he continued his successful war against child traffickers and pedophiles, saying, “And you know Jim Caviezel, who’s a big actor, put it very well in the movie Sound of Freedom - God’s children are not for sale. He said that. God’s children are not for sale. Good movie.”

“On day one, I will sign a new executive order to cut federal funding for any school pushing critical race theory, transgender insanity, and other inappropriate racial, sexual, or political content on our children,” Trump also said during his speech.

“And probably number one on my list - Who would believe that I have to say that I will sign a law prohibiting child sexual mutilation in all 50 states,” Trump said to a cheering audience.

Unlike many Republicans and Democrats, President Trump reiterated his vow to “always protect Medicare and Social Security for our great seniors.”

Trump also promised to review all cases of political prisoners that have been persecuted by the Biden administration once elected, saying, “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.”

“I am protecting the people of this nation; it's not easy, but I consider it an honor,” Trump said in perhaps his most powerful quote of the night.

In July, Trump hosted anti-child trafficking film 'Sound of Freedom,' which has now amassed nearly $200 million at the box office, at his Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey alongside main actor Jim Caviezel, Mexican filmmaker Eduardo Verástegui, and Tim Ballard, the man the movie was based on.

In a video titled, "Agenda47: President Trump Calls for Death Penalty for Human Traffickers," Trump said, "I was thrilled to host a screening at Bedminster of the important new film, Sound of Freedom about the power of faith in overcoming evil and in particular, the evil of child trafficking. Big problem. We had it down to the lowest number in many years, just four years ago, and now it's gone through the roof."

In total, Trump authorized nearly $600 million to fight child and human trafficking.

Trump's presidency resulted in a 14 percent increase in human and child trafficking convictions in 2017. 

Trump's Director of National Intelligence declared human trafficking a top priority for American intelligence agencies, which Biden has since rescinded.

As President, Trump signed nine pieces of legislation to fight child and human trafficking not only in the United States, but worldwide, aswell.

Trump did more than any other president to fight child trafficking.

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