I actually heard Obama is. Even if that were true, that does not compare to the millions he has let in and granted amnesty to.
By the numbers, it would be President Obama, however, that is only because the DHS has changed the way they count deportations.
Here is the article-
http://www.latimes.com/nation/la-na-oba … story.html
This president with his executive action on amnesty, unconstitutional, has deported the lowest number of illegal immigrants by far.
Well said Jack,that is the truth!The Obama administration always finds ways to deceive the people so they can have it both ways,just like how the unemployment numbers are figured under his administration,obamacare penalty not a tax, etc.
Jack I agree, it is not the number he deported but the number he admitted, and wants to admit without concern of any threats to the country and the people.
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