If Donald Trump wins the presidential election, how would his immigration polici

  1. gmwilliams profile image86
    gmwilliamsposted 2 years ago

    If Donald Trump wins the presidential election, how would his immigration policies differ from that

    of President Obama?  Do you better that  America would be a far better country under Trump than it would have been under Obama?  Why?  Why not?


  2. bradmasterOCcal profile image30
    bradmasterOCcalposted 2 years ago

    President Obama is not enforcing the existing immigration laws, and this is giving preference to illegal aliens, over those legal immigrants.

    Changing Illegal to Undocumented is ridiculous, especially when immigrants going through the legal immigration process are routinely rejected entry into the country because of quotas.

    President Obama is giving de fact American citizenship to illegals.

    Trump is at least addressing the Illegal Immigration issues. We need to investigate, and vet illegals because not all of them are just from Mexico looking for work. Some are drug dealers, and gang member from other countries as well as from Mexico.

    A southern border wall is not just for illegal workers, but from the drug cartel and terrorists. We already have some of that wall, why not finish it. Trump has tackled the issue head on, while Obama has made his own issues.

    When illegals can fly the flag of their country, and protest in the streets of the US Demanding their rights, there is something wrong. There is also no longer a need to give birth from non citizens the absolute right to be American Citizens. People now come over from other countries ready to deliver their babies on American Soil to be citizens. How does that make any sense, and that is one of Trump's goal to eliminate this false right. The 14th Amendment was made over 150 years ago, and much has changed today.

    We are being attacked by our own Constitution, and that is basically what Trump is trying to correct.