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Trump Looks To Ax Biden’s Anti-White Policies 

Katherine Sicilia
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Former President Donald Trump and many of his allies have recently come forward with a new plan of action to instill anti-racism protections for the only unprotected group in the country: White Americans. 

Trump and many others have spoken of a new Department of Justice (DOJ) in 2025, one that will push to weaken or eliminate programs discriminating against Whites — many of which began in the wake of the death of George Floyd in 2020. 

Much of the work to accomplish these changes is being done by America First Legal, a firm founded by former White House advisor Stephen Miller. The Heritage Foundation has also made plans to end “affirmative discrimination” during a second Trump administration in a widely-referenced plan dubbed “Project 2025.” 


Throughout Biden’s term, corporate America made serious efforts to hire more people of color. And after the violent Black Lives Matter protests in 2020, the S&P 100 added more than 300,000 jobs, with only 6% of those jobs going to Whites and 94% going to other groups. 

Former Trump Justice Department official Gene Hamilton has stated the second administration will prioritize reversing discriminatory policies, asserting that giving certain segments of society a leg up “comes at the expense of other Americans — and in nearly all cases, violates longstanding federal law.”

These groups fighting for fairness in America have gained momentum recently. Their biggest victory was the Supreme Court’s ruling last summer, which overturned affirmative action in the college application process, meaning that race can no longer be a qualifying factor for determining acceptance to universities. 

The ruling came when Trump-aligned groups pressed the courts for a merit-based acceptance process when White students were being rejected from many institutions in favor of the increased federal funding associated with accepting more minority students.

Steve Cheung, a spokesperson for President Trump, made a statement on the issue, saying, “As President Trump has said, all staff, offices and initiatives connected to Biden’s un-American policy will be immediately terminated.”


Cheung added, “President Trump is committed to weeding out discriminatory programs and racist ideology across the federal government.”