In a wide-ranging interview with TIME Magazine, former President Donald Trump addressed his vision for the nation were he to secure a second term as president—a possibility the outlet published under the ominous title “If He Wins.” In what the outlet described as “the outlines of an imperial presidency that would reshape America and its role in the world,” the former president pledged to secure the southern border with military force, fire federal employees with impunity, and take steps to prevent the rise of anti-White racism in the country.

In a wide-ranging interview with TIME Magazine, Donald Trump pledged to take steps to prevent the rise of anti-White racism in the country and end DEI policies. (Photograph by Philip Montgomery for TIME)
(Photograph by Philip Montgomery for TIME)

According to TIME, “large numbers of [Trump’s] supporters have expressed the view that antiwhite racism now represents a greater problem in the U.S. than the systemic racism that has long afflicted Black Americans.” Much to the outlet’s surprise, this was a sentiment with which the former president agreed.

“Oh, I think that there is a lot to be said about that,” he said. “If you look at the Biden Administration, they’re sort of against anybody depending on certain views. They’re against Catholics. They’re against a lot of different people. They actually don’t even know what they’re against, but they’re against a lot. But no, I think there is a definite anti-white feeling in this country and that can’t be allowed either.”

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One of the former president’s advisors further revealed that Trump plans to rescind President Joe Biden’s executive orders implementing diversity, equity, and inclusion standards in federal departments—policies that have been criticized as discrimination against White people.

When asked for specifics on his plan to realign the racial scales in the country, Trump turned his attention to the education system. “I don’t think it would be a very tough thing to address, frankly. But I think the laws are very unfair right now,” he said. “And education is being very unfair, and it’s being stifled. But I don’t think it’s going to be a big problem at all. But if you look right now, there’s absolutely a bias against White and that’s a problem.”

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Elsewhere in the interview, Trump admitted that his biggest mistake in his first term was being “too nice” to establishment federal employees and former Cabinet members.

“I let them quit because I have a heart. I don’t want to embarrass anybody,” Trump says. “I don’t think I’ll do that again. From now on, I’ll fire.”

Trump also described plans to use the military to deport illegal immigrants, close the White House pandemic preparedness office, and pardon people convicted in connection with the January 6 Capitol riot.

Connor Walcott is a staff writer for Follow Connor on X and look for him on VT’s “The Unusual Suspects.”

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