Former President Donald Trump has revealed plans for a mass deportation operation if he is re-elected as President in 2024. Trump made the announcement during his keynote speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference, where he stated that he would use all necessary resources to carry out the largest domestic deportation operation in American history. "We will pick them up, and we will throw them out of our country, and there will be no questions asked," Trump declared, referring to undocumented immigrants in the country. [tweet_embed]March 06, 2023[/tweet_embed] Trump also criticized President Joe Biden's administration for the current border crisis, which has seen record-breaking encounters at the U.S.-Mexico border during the fiscal year of 2022. He claimed that his administration had stockpiled supplies to construct a border wall, but President Biden's team had "took it away and they hid it." As a result, Trump vowed to sign the first reconciliation bill for a massive increase in border patrol and a colossal increase in the number of Immigration and Customs Enforcement deportation officers. "We will ask every state and federal agency to identify every known or suspected gang member in America and every one of them that is here illegally ... we will pick them up, and we will throw them out," Trump added. Trump's stance on immigration has long been a priority for him, with one of his signature political pitches during his 2016 campaign being the construction of a wall along the southern border. Aside from immigration, Trump also revealed plans to aim at cities across the country with high crime rates, stating that he would send in the National Guard until law and order is restored. Trump's strong grip on the conservative base was evident during the 2023 CPAC, where he handily won the straw poll. Trump first delivered remarks at CPAC in 2011, four years before he entered the political scene and became President. Despite the absence of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, who is considered a potential 2024 foe, Trump's keynote address at CPAC illustrated his continued influence within the conservative movement.