Trump committed to combating human trafficking

October 22, 2020 - 11:02 am

In January, President Trump signed an executive order to fight trafficking and online exploitation of children, creating the first-ever White House position focused solely on this task.

Since taking office, the President has signed nine pieces of bipartisan legislation to combat human trafficking, both domestically and internationally.

Today, President Trump released his National Action Plan to Combat Human Trafficking to direct the Federal Government’s efforts to end human trafficking within the United States.

The President approved the largest Department of Justice (DOJ) grant package in history to combat human trafficking, including the first-ever grants for safe housing for survivors.


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