Illegal Immigrants Gone In 2 Years… Donald Trump: “We have to get them out.”

Illegal Immigrants Gone In 2 Years… Donald Trump: “We have to get them out.”

Man, I can hear the gnashing of teeth and the pulling of hair already on this. Donald Trump says that if elected, he would deport all illegal immigrants within two years. They can come back if they do it legally. He will then build a 1900 mile border wall. After meeting with Donald Trump a couple of days ago, Jeff Sessions said, It’s time to “restore a lawful system [of immigration] we can be proud of… that’s essential, I think, at this point in history.” And right he is. It can be done and it will be done if Trump has his way. Americans overwhelmingly support this move as can be seen in the polls, where Trump stands at 32%. He’s literally rocking the political landscape out there. Trump’s Dallas speech is now sold out – 20,000 Americans will show up to hear what The Donald has to say and cheer the long overdue halt of illegal immigration into the US.

Donald Trump Deportation

From the Wall Street Journal:

Donald Trump estimated that it will take 18 months to two years to get the roughly 11 million immigrants living in the U.S. illegally to leave the country, and that he would then build a wall running along the border with Mexico.

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The businessman’s statement made on a call with Alabama Republicans Thursday night added a bit of specificity to the Republican presidential frontrunner’s hardline stance on immigration. Mr. Trump released a six-page policy paper on immigration last month, and reporters have asked for details about how it would work since.

The Alabama Republican Party hosted the dial-in call with Mr. Trump Thursday night as part of series with the 2016 presidential candidates. Ben Carson,Jeb Bush, Carly Fiorina and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz have also participated.

On the call, Mr. Trump was asked for details about how long it would take to round up illegal immigrants living in the U.S., with the questioner asking if five or ten years was an appropriate timeframe. Mr. Trump said his two year benchmark could be met with “really good management.”

“We have to get them out. If we have wonderful cases, they can come back in but they have to come back in legally,” Mr. Trump said in an audio clip posted on YouTube Thursday night by a person on the call.

Mr. Trump’s plan has been denounced by Democrats and many rival Republicans, who have called it impractical and immoral, among other criticisms.

Mr. Trump said he would remove illegal immigrants from the country “so fast that your head will spin,” and long before he could embark on his plan to build a wall spanning the 1,900 mile border between the U.S. and Mexico.

Mr. Trump also attacked Mr. Carson, and said the neurosurgeon couldn’t achieve the same results on immigration.

“It wouldn’t work for him because he has absolutely no management capability,” Mr. Trump said.

The two men have led some recent GOP polls, and Mr. Trump has stepped up his attacks of the neurosurgeon this week. Mr. Carson, in response, questioned the depth of Mr. Trump’s faith during a rally Wednesday night.

Zach Bowman, the director of voter engagement for the Alabama GOP, confirmed that call the call took place and that Mr. Trump laid out the timeline for his immigration proposal. Mr. Trump also stated that he would release a tax plan in the next three weeks, Mr. Bowman said.

A spokeswoman for Mr. Trump didn’t immediately return a request for comment.

Many of Mr. Trump’s Republican opponents attacked his immigration plan when it was released and said it wasn’t realistic, including Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. Others, such as Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and Texas Sen.Ted Cruz, stressed that they have similar ideas to Mr. Trump’s on immigration. Mr. Cruz particularly applauded Mr. Trump for raising the topic so forcefully.

Democrats running for president have faulted Mr. Trump’s immigration ideas, with former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley calling the businessman “racist” and “hate-filled.”

Trump’s jump in the polls is largely attributable to his ability to tap into this pro-American/populist sentiment. His campaign platform has focused almost exclusively on prioritizing the interests and needs of the American people. One of those is building a wall, deporting illegals and stopping the invasion being brought to America while erasing her borders. Trump’s campaign has been fueled by his focus on policies that prioritize blue-collar American workers and legal immigrants already here above special interests and corporate elites. “Anyone who wants to sit in the Oval Office must promote [a] trade and immigration plan that improves jobs and wages for Americans,” Sessions later said in a written statement. He also added that Trump’s trade and immigration policies would serve the national interest instead of special interests. Trump is right, we have to get them out and reinstate the rule of law and our borders once more to survive as a nation.

Terresa Monroe-Hamilton

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