GOP Candidates Trump, DeSantis & Haley: What They'll Do, Or Not, About Cannabis Legalization If Elected -
Lets start with the frontrunner and candidate we know best after his four long years in the White House. Though the former president went back and forth on numerous issues on numerous occasions and still isn't always crystal clear on his views, let's look at his statements and glean as best we can.
As we know, presidential candidates make all manner of promises that usually get tossed into the bin once their hand touches the HolyBible on Jan. 20th.
Donald Trump indicated during his 2016 campaign that he favored leaving the issue of legalization to the stateswhile his administration upheld federal prohibition, thoughdid not pursue a crackdown on state-legal cannabis programs.
And Now? Trump recentlycalled weed a pretty popular thing among voters, but he still contends that drug dealers should get the death penalty. Are illicit weed sellers considereddrug dealers in Trumps view? No one knows for sure althoughhe recently saidthatmass shootingswerenot a gun problem" but rather that "genetically engineered" cannabis and the trans community could be at fault and should therefore be investigated. So, is that a yes or a no about legalization?