Project 2025, spearheaded by the Heritage Foundation, outlines a detailed transition plan for a potential second term under former President Donald Trump.

Comprising four pillars, including policy guides and a personnel database, the initiative aims to overhaul federal governance if a Republican president is elected.

Led by figures from Trump's previous administration, the plan faces scrutiny for its extensive policy proposals, ranging from immigration reforms to social issues like abortion and LGBTQ rights.

Despite Trump's attempt to distance himself, Democrats link Project 2025 closely to his campaign, underscoring its divisive potential in the upcoming election cycle.