Trump to Develop New Luxury Prison

Trump Discusses new private prison

Former President Donald Trump is getting into the private prison industry. A source close to Trump said that after the recommendations from the January 6th Committee were released, Trump decided he wanted to give back to the community. The former president is said to be looking at land near in Palm Beach not far from Mar-a-logo. His goal is to create an environment that will foster the needs of the prison in an effort to truly reform the prison system.

Trump has been a vocal critic of the private prison industry in the past. Trump has stated that he believes that private prisons are “a total disaster” and that they serve no purpose. He went on to say that he would like to see all of them shut down as soon as possible. Trump has since changed his tune on the issue. He said his goal is to build the perfect prison that can toe the line between comfort and luxury. The former President feels that in order for prison reform to work, we must make a prison that shows people that they are loved and cared about.

A senior aide to Trump said that the planning phase is well underway. Trump has been meeting with contractors and architects to get a feel for what his ideal prison would look like. Each cell will include a 72′ flat-screen tv, a walk-in closet, and a jacuzzi in the bathroom. The prison will have the capacity to house a total of 15 inmates, a private chef and wait staff, housekeepers, and a gardener. The prison will also have a private beach and golf course.

The former President has stated that he believes that the key to stopping crime is by making sure people are in good spirits. Once they are in good spirits, they will feel like they can do anything and be anything. This is why the former president has designed a resort that is so luxurious and beautiful. The Department of Justice is currently exploring bringing criminal charges against the former President for his role in the January 6th attack on the capital.

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