July 4, 2018
The White House
To the Legislatures and Governors of the several States:
I, President of the United States Donald J. Trump, do hereby submit for your consideration, the amendments to the United States Constitution recently passed by Congress, at my request, as the Restoring Our American Republic Act of 2018.
As you know, I’m such a big fan of our Constitution. There is no one who loves our Constitution more. That is why it is so important to me that we change it by amendment. These measures are so necessary in our troubled times.
We must fix the many big mistakes made by previous loser administrations and some arrogant unelected judges, and some of the people who did these things to our country, I won’t exactly say they were stupid but they made some really bad decisions and most of them are dead too but we need these amendments to fix the problems they made for us.
So I will return our country to the great vision of our great Founding Fathers.
We absolutely need these amendments, especially while we at war with Islamic Terrorism and after the capture of Baghdad by ISIS, which I remind you was founded by my predecessor. The Baghdad was very bad, and we need to take prompt action and cut through all the red tape made by those loser judges and their wrong interpretation of the Constitution that stops us from doing what is necessary to finally win the war.
You can help us finally win the war against these very tough hombres and Make America Great Again by passing these amendments. Please look forward to my tour of rallies to urge adoption of these amendments coming to most of your states soon.
Many thanks to Speaker Ryan, Senate Majority Leader McConnell, Vice President Pence, and especially to you for taking this vital step in Making America Great Again. Once we pass these amendments, we’re going to have so much freedom and prosperity and victory you won’t believe it.
Please approve these amendments to our Constitution, help me Make America Great Again, and may God Bless America.
Donald J. Trump
President of the United States of America
No provision nor combination of provisions of this Constitution shall be interpreted by any Court nor Legislature within the United States nor its sovereign territories to confer or respect an individual right of privacy.
Section 1. Notwithstanding any other provision of this Constitution, the transportation of any person by means of interstate commerce, whether under their own initiative or with the assistance of others, for the purpose of terminating a pregnancy is hereby forbidden, absent substantial medical evidence of two independent and validly-licensed medical professionals that the pregnancy endangers the life of the mother.
Section 2. This provision of the Constitution shall hereafter be interpreted as the highest law of the land and all other provisions of the Constitution shall be deemed subordinate to it.
Section 3. Congress shall have the power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.
Section 1. Marriage is declared to be the union of one man over the age of eighteen years and one woman over the age of eighteen years. A state may by law provide for other ages in which a marriage may be valid, provided the consent of a parent or guardian is given. No other law nor any interpretation of any Constitution to the contrary shall be valid.
Section 2. Any purported marriage contrary to the provisions of section 1 of this Article is void ab initio.
Section 3. Congress shall have the power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.
The Seventeenth Amendment to this Constitution is hereby repealed.
Neither Congress nor any Court of the United States shall have the power to alter or void the apportionment of districts formed to elect Representatives to the lower house of Congress, nor the apportionment of districts formed to elect members to the Legislature of the several States. The power of the Legislatures of the several States to form electoral districts shall be plenary, nondelegable, and reviewable only pursuant to the laws of that State.
No peace officer of any state nor of the United States shall be held to civil suit in any Courts of the United States, or of its sovereign territories, or of the several States, for acts performed in the official discharge of law enforcement duties.
Section 1. The President, the Congress, and the Supreme Court of the United States shall have co-equal powers to interpret and apply this Constitution with respect to all legislation challenged to be contrary to this Constitution.
Section 2. In the event that any of the President, the Congress, or the Supreme Court shall deem any act of the government of the United States to be contrary to this Constitution, they shall transmit to one another their opinions regarding the questioned act. Any two concurring opinions from any branch of the government shall thereafter control further interpretation and application of the questioned act.
Notwithstanding any provision to the contrary within the First Amendment to this Constitution, Congress shall have the power to make and enforce any law restricting the publication of statements deemed by the President to be contrary to the national interest in time of war.
Section 1. The instruction of the religious traditions of the United States and the teachings of any religion within the nation’s history shall not violate the First Amendment of this Constitution.
Section 2. Notwithstanding any provision to the contrary in the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution, a State may elect to include within its Constitution an Establishment of religion applicable within the geographic boundaries of that State. However, no state Establishment shall prohibit the peaceful exercise of any religion nor compel an individual to participate in the exercise of the Established religion.
Section 3. No provision nor combination of provisions within this Article shall be deemed to prohibit the enforcement of any Amendment to this Constitution as proposed in the Restoring Our American Republic Act of 2018 respecting the publication of statements contrary to the national interest during time of war, nor shall any law nor Presidential action be so interpreted.
Section 1. No person shall be deemed a natural born citizen of the United States of America unless, at the time of that person’s birth, both natural parents of that person were themselves United States citizens, not previously convicted of any felony.
Section 2. All references to “persons” in this Constitution shall be interpreted by all Courts of the United States, the several States, and the sovereign territories of the United States, to apply only to natural born citizens of the United States of America, not previously convicted of any felony.
Section 3. Any person who shall purport to vote in any election for Presidential Electors or for members of Congress who is not a citizen of the United States or who shall have previously been convicted of any felony, shall be guilty of a crime and confined to a prison for a period of not less than five years, and any purported vote cast by such person shall be invalid.
Section 4. The several States shall have the power to demand proof of a person’s citizenship and criminal history as a condition to recognition of that person’s franchise to vote in elections for Presidential Electors or for members of Congress, notwithstanding any other provision of this Constitution.
Section 5. Congress and the several States shall have the concurrent power to enforce this Article by appropriate legislation.
Section 1. The Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments of this Constitution shall not apply to civil confinement of individuals, when such confinement is authorized by Congress and subsequently implemented by the President, during times of war or other authorization of the use of military force.
Section 2. Notwithstanding any other provision of this Constitution, Congress shall have the power to designate individuals to be civilly confined pursuant to the terms of the first section of this Article based upon any immutable personal characteristic as appropriate under the circumstances.
Section 3. Congress shall have the power to enforce this Article by appropriate legislation.
Section 1. The President shall have the power to issue and enforce general warrants during times of war or other Congressional authorization of the use of military force. If any such warrant is found to be invalid for any reason by any Court, evidence obtained appurtenant to the execution of such warrant shall not thereby be made inadmissible in any Court.
Section 2. Congress shall have the power to issue, and the President shall have the power to enforce, bills of attainder during times of war or other Congressional authorization of the use of military force, including but not limited to individuals in military or civil custody of the United States of America or any State thereof as of the effective date of this Amendment to the Constitution.
The Twenty-Second Amendment to this Constitution is hereby repealed, which repeal shall be applicable to the holder of the office of President as of the effective date of this Amendment to the Constitution.
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