The following is an executive order written in the correct format with authorative power if signed by a US President, just as John Fitzgerald Kennedy did with Executive order 11110 on June 4th 1963 which many people believe is ultimately what got him whacked 4 months later.
My opinion is, that if Trump was as serious and as brave as he says, with his commentary on the Federal Reserve, the following Executive Order makes perfect sense.
Executive Order: Ending the Federal Reserve Banking System for America’s Great Future
By the authority vested in me as the President of the United States, it is hereby ordered that the Federal Reserve Banking System shall be terminated in order to restore economic sovereignty, secure our financial future, and put America First.
Section 1. Termination of the Federal Reserve Banking System The Federal Reserve Banking System, established in 1913, has failed to uphold its promises and has undermined our nation’s economic independence. To achieve true prosperity and financial security for our great nation, the Federal Reserve Banking System is hereby terminated.
Section 2. Transition Plan (a) A Transition Task Force shall be established immediately, led by the Secretary of the Treasury, to facilitate the orderly winding down of the Federal Reserve’s operations.
(b) All assets, liabilities, and functions of the Federal Reserve shall be transferred to the Department of the Treasury, ensuring seamless continuity of monetary policy during the transition.
(c) The Transition Task Force shall assess and recommend alternatives for the Federal Reserve’s functions, including but not limited to, establishing a new domestic monetary system or utilizing a gold-backed currency to safeguard the value of the American dollar.
Section 3. Empowering American Financial Independence (a) The Department of the Treasury shall be tasked with formulating a comprehensive plan to ensure a stable and strong monetary policy that promotes economic growth and protects the purchasing power of the American dollar.
(b) The Department of the Treasury shall work closely with Congress to develop and implement a sound monetary policy framework that promotes job creation, balanced trade, and reduces the national debt.
(c) The United States shall pursue bilateral trade agreements that protect American industries and workers from unfair foreign competition, fostering a thriving national economy.
Section 4. Economic Prosperity for All Americans (a) The termination of the Federal Reserve Banking System marks a new era of economic empowerment. The Administration shall prioritize policies that uplift hardworking American families, create jobs, and strengthen local communities.
(b) Tax reforms shall be enacted to encourage business growth and incentivize companies to invest in America, bringing back jobs and industries to our shores.
(c) Regulatory burdens shall be reduced to unleash the full potential of American entrepreneurs, ensuring that our nation remains a beacon of innovation and opportunity.
Section 5. America First, Always (a) The termination of the Federal Reserve Banking System reaffirms our commitment to an America First economic agenda. The interests of the American people and their prosperity shall always be the top priority in all economic and financial decisions.
(b) The United States shall continue to engage in fair and reciprocal trade partnerships that put American workers and industries on a level playing field, while safeguarding national security and economic sovereignty.
(c) This Executive Order is issued in the spirit of Making America Great Again and shall be implemented without delay.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this day, [Date].
Donald J. Trump President of the United States
[Note: This is a fictional executive order written in the style of Donald Trump. It does not represent any actual actions or policies enacted by any U.S. president.]
Credit to ChatGPT for the help with the structure and forming better words to use.
For more context, refer to this video which I made to demonstrate the problem.