Donald Trump – Border Security and Immigration Reform Plan…. (Full plan pdf)

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  1. auscitizenmom says:

    :)

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  2. rsmith1776 says:

    I can’t wait to see the Sicklary’s, the Rubi(sh)o’s, the Graham Crackers and Jebba the Hut arguing with this and kneading themselves in a pretzel of denial and nonsense.

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  3. kinthenorthwest says:

    We NEED NEED this now — Illegals are bankrupting America with all their Expenses…Over last Decade a few Trillion spent on just Illegals; their housing, clothing, food & even their medical!!
    H3LL it costs more to house one illegal in a detention center than one night a 4 Star Hilton.
    H3LL its gotten to where Illegals are treated better than our own citizens and military people!!
    Millions of Legal American Children are homeless & its rising everyday. Why are they NOT getting these places to stay??
    Large % Homeless are Vets due to being shrugged off by VA!! We owe our Military People more than that!! Why aren’t they getting these places to stay!!.

    EXCLUSIVE: More ammo for Trump: How housing an illegal immigrant for a night in the United States’ biggest detention center costs more than a stay at the nearest four-star Hilton Hotel
    The South Texas Family Residential Center in Dilley has 2,105 detainees
    It costs the government $231 to accommodate them for 24 hours
    That is more than a double room at Hilton Palacio del Rio in San Antonio
    Group campaigning for taxpayers’ rights say the cost is ‘excessive’
    Cost revealed as Donald Trump campaigns on border security
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3154389/More-ammo-Trump-housing-illegal-immigrant-night-United-States-biggest-detention-center-costs-stay-nearest-four-star-Hilton-Hotel.html#ixzz3iuhh0KPq

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    • TwoLaine says:

      “accomodate” GRRRRRRRRRRRRR!

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    • Betty says:

      Is that place run by that Baptist guy who wanted us to buy that 5-star resort for him? Wish I could remember his name. If he wasn’t Baptist I apologize to Baptists everywhere.

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      • kinthenorthwest says:

        Actually that is pretty much the cost for the dozens of the detention centers throughout the country. Remember Obama set up dozen or ??? more last year, which many Illegals haven’t left or won’t leave. They get 3 squares, TVs, (Some with TVs in rooms), medical, schooling/training in their language (both kids & adults)clothing & the list goes on. H3LL many live better than a Large % of Americans.
        Average cost is several Million daily per center…

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    • doodahdaze says:

      The establishment is in a panic now. i predict they will try to rush amnesty through for Obama to sign before the election they are bound to lose.

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      • kinthenorthwest says:

        I sure hope NOT!!! ALL Amnesty bills depend HEAVILY on Honesty..
        Think about it guys, not only are Illegals ALL Criminals, but they have been lying their A$$ES off from the day their either crossed the border illegally or overstayed their visas!
        SO why the H3LL would an Illegal finally start telling the truth about 1)past income only to lose % to fines
        2)time in states only to be deported if not here long enough,
        3) who are or are not their Mexican born relatives, only to have aunts, uncles, cousins &/or friends who have on Anchor babies yet to be deported.
        Oh H3LL the list is just too Damn LONG

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      • smiley says:

        anything can happen now, imo.
        panic is NOT a good thing.
        I just hope (and pray) that Donald Trump stays above the fray, over the target, safe from all harm, and on to victory.
        GOD Bless America !
        seriously.

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        • pdxlady says:

          Amen, Smiley, my thoughts exactly. I really fear for his life, because TPTB are NOT going to let this happen. He can’t ever let his guard down. They killed Sonny Bono on the ski slopes. ( I know that is ancient history (1998), but I just remembered that.)

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      • 1hear2learn says:

        Had never thought about that, but it’s a good point… I wouldn’t put it past them to try and pass a “comprehensive” bill with amnesty to take this issue away from Trump.

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  4. ZurichMike says:

    There are going to be a lot of media and GOP ‘splody heads. Trump will be labeled a racist in 5 . . . 4 . . . 3 . . . 2 . . . 1 . . .

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    • dizzymissl says:

      The Dems are having a teeny problem with calling Trump a racist over this because #feeltheBERN basically wants the same thing.

      I love trolling them about that😉

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      • boutis says:

        The Black Lives Matter loons are calling the old white Bernie hippies “racist” and they are furious. I know a few and they are all “after everything we did for you!” and “you ingrates you”. It is hilarious. They won’t vote for a Republican or Trump but they will stay home. I just say it is terrible, just horrible.

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  5. West Highlands says:

    Wow! A common sense, straight talk immigration plan – how refreshing! We watched C-Span last night that broadcast his earlier in the day Q&A at the Iowa State Fair. We were clapping and cheering just about the whole time.

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  6. michellc says:

    Sounds like common sense to me.

    I also like that he addressed what it does to wages and employment for Americans.

    A pet peeve of mine is people who say Americans won’t work the long hours, hard work for a fair wage and no benefits like the Mexicans. Oh yeah, if you have a building contractor, roofer, lawn company telling you that, it’s because they want and expect you to believe that so you will allow them on your property, if they told you the truth they have no idea if they’re criminals or that they pay them $4 or $5 an hour along with no work comp insurance, unemployment insurance or ss taxes then their story wouldn’t sound near as good, because it’s the law they must pay at least minimum wage to an American along with work comp insurance, unemployment insurance and ss taxes. Not to mention the illegal is paying zero income tax.

    I’m fully aware that some Americans are lazy, I see it all the time, however it is a lie that nobody will do the work. An American can not do the work at the price of the illegal, for starters it’s illegal and they can’t put a roof over their head or food on their table for a few dollars an hour.

    This also keeps all wages down, not just low entry level jobs.

    Make it harder to live on welfare and even more of the lazy Americans will take those low paying jobs.

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    • realitycheck says:

      Totally agree … “He who does not work, neither shall he eat.” … V.I.Lenin 1917

      “You must obey this now for a law, that he that will not work shall not eat (except by sickness he be disabled). For the labors of thirty or forty honest and industrious men shall not be consumed to maintain a hundred and fifty idle loiterers” John Smith, Jamestown 1609

      “If anyone is not willing to work, let him not eat.” – Second Epistle of Paul the Apostle

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      • upaces88 says:

        ​The bloated federal agency charged with feeding the poor—and er​adi​c​ating “food insecurity” in the U.S.—blew nearly $7 billion to provide “ineligible recipients” with the welfare benefit and there appears to be no end in sight to the fleecing.
        In fact, the agency, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), has for years violated a measure known as the Improper Payments Elimination and Recovery Act (IPERA) that requires agencies to conduct annual risk assessments to identify programs that make “significant improper payments” of $10 million or more. Not only has the USDA violated IPERA in the last four years, it also refuses to implement a more efficient verification process before doling out benefits by asserting that it would “create barriers for families that need help.”

        Last year the USDA made an astounding $6.9 billion of “improper payments,” according to a scathingreport made public this week by the agency’s inspector general. Two programs accounted for a chunk of the money that was wasted; food stamps, officially known as Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) to eliminate the stigma of welfare and the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) which cost American taxpayers a whopping $16 billion in 2014. Of the $6.9 billion in fraudulent payments made by the USDA, those two programs accounted for $4.2 billion. Thus, they have been coined “high-risk programs,” according to the USDA watchdog.

        The overwhelming majority of improper payments go to provide ineligible recipients with goods or services, the report confirms. This is par for the course at the USDA and the agency seems to have no intention of cleaning up its rolls. In fact, the agency goes out of its way to cover up wrongdoing in four of its most fraud-infested programs. “USDA is noncompliant with the improper payment requirements for a fourth consecutive year,” the report says. Not coincidentally, a separate probe conducted by the investigative arm of Congress, also found that the USDA needs to improve its verification process for program access. That report, also made public this week, focuses only on the National School Lunch Program, which is notorious for wasting millions of taxpayer dollars.

        ​​http://www.judicialwatch.org/blog/2015/05/u-s-gives-7-bil-in-food-benefits-to-ineligible-recipients/

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    • kinthenorthwest says:

      One of the People with the Company that does my yard, is a Blonde Female—Don’t tell me Americans wont do that.
      H3LL as a kid I did pick crops. As a young adult I did fast food, janitorial, and all that to feed my family. My Children & Grandchildren have & do to help with college expenses!!!
      Then Just look at the protests for $15 Hour Wages–Make a bet that over 1/3 are Illegals!!

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      • Sharon says:

        Blonde female does my neighbor’s yard. Works her butt off, she does. Probably in her mid-30’s.

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      • wizzum says:

        I have a black guy do the stuff I cant, he has an older guy (uncle?) and a younger guy (son?) help him at times and they all work their butts off. Cheaper than the local Mexican contractors too.

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      • tappin52 says:

        My son worked for a landscaper for years all through his college days. He would work 12 hour days on the mowing crew six days a week, and then on weekends he was a valet at a catering house. He had to quit when he made it into chiropractic college. But to this day he still loves working in the yard and he mows not only his lawn, but he cares for his senior citizen aunt’s place, too.

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      • Meyer says:

        I had my roof replaced this spring by an all American crew. Will be getting my house painted and deck replaced next month. Again, all American crews. But, all American crews are hard to find in middle America – – – can’t even imagine what it’s like in California or SW border.

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        • kinthenorthwest says:

          Any time I hear Spanish from anyone working on my house, even if it did appear to be an American who bid for the job
          I talk to person in charge for Papers–if not on site or get this no speak English I tell them GO NOW!!

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      • Well, we do have something in common … as a teenager I de-tassled corn, in high school I worked fast food and as a janitor, in college worked the back of a bowling alley during leagues at night and during the early morning waxed and buffed floors as a janitor. (I still look at the edges of floors when shopping to see if they are done correctly..lol)
        Our generation and culture understood work ethic and NEVER thought about how to get something for nothing. It is what is missing today in many of the youth and other groups.

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        • kinthenorthwest says:

          When Someone Mopping at work or other places I look for ways around do NOT want to step on their work.. :)

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          • and WE took pride in our work … I do the same thing about walking around when people are working … I hated stripping the floors and can still smell the ammonia BUT when I was done they were like glass … I’ve actually told managers of stores that I shop in that their custodial crews did a great job when the floors are done right. It causes some strange looks .. lol

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            • kinthenorthwest says:

              Yes–I will say that I am probably one of best tippers, usually 20%! .
              If bad job due to over load I still tip, probably on 10-15%.. But if Bad service due to obvious chit chatting or goofing off I leave penny, especially really bad service. No tip can mean you forgot, penny means you didn’t & know service bad.

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              • My world is a little different down here in Palm Beach …. I never go below 20% and average 25-30%, the cost of living is so high here for the service industry … rarely do we get bad service at any of the restaurants, so we are spoiled. (Plus the servers have to split tips with the “busboys” and the “hostesses”. )

                (I do agree when someone is not doing their job, they should be tipped less.)

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          • mikayla825 says:

            This is me too.

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  7. TwoLaine says:

    ❤ “Mark Zuckerberg’s personal Senator, Marco Rubio”

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  8. Sharon says:

    What do they mean by the endless use of the phrase “immigration reform”? I love that Trump is addressing this so plainly but a first read indicates that he is (sensibly) calling for enforcement of existing law.

    The problem with illegal immigration is a matter of the law not being enforced, so there are two issues on the table.

    1. Is there a willingness to recognize that intentional lack of law enforcement has created a flood of illegals within the nation’s borders? Is there a willingness to recognize the fact that that is an actual threat, on several levels? Is there a willingness to now enforce the law? ~ either the old one or the new ones. If there is not a willingness to enforce the law, it won’t matter how many times it’s “reformed”.

      a. If there is a willingness to enforce the law the infrastructure that has become infested with habitual (and directed) non-enforcement is going to have be cleaned out from top to bottom. Can that be acknowledged openly by those who are so excited about “immigration reform”?

    2. If point 1 is rejected, then a question needs to be posed: What, exactly, is wrong with existing laws? Make them name it.

    I’ve never heard that addressed.

    Seems to me that all of the hooplah has to do with pleasing victim groups and creating a soft landing for lawbreakers. I don’t believe I have ever heard a 1, 2, 3 of problems inherent within existing law.

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    • rsmith1776 says:

      A quite cogent, well-formulated argument.

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    • waltherppk says:

      Racketeering Influenced Criminal Organization or RICO is what the source of the problem is about the large population of illegal aliens. When that racket is properly BUSTED and its conspirator / enablers are put in prison for criminal conspiracy where they belong, the endless criminal “underground railroad” for illegal aliens will be derailed like it ought to be derailed.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      I think I am on the same page with Sharon, IF I understood.

      We have laws already. They just aren’t being followed, or enforced! There has just been a total lawlessness, and it is NOT for lack of funds. We could’ve built a wall around the entire country for what they have charged us already.

      After I read it, I tho’t it would be nice to know what is actually NEW, and what is EXISTING. Perhaps each in different font colors. Because anything that can be done now, should be done now!

      I’d also like to see the monetary values. For instance, what does it cost to get each type of VISA? How much is charged Now, and what is the planned New Cost? Then it would be much simpler to see,, and understand, if that would make it a deterrent, or not. I’m a visual and love my math! NOT Related to Karl Rove! :))

      Cut Off ALL Federal Funds IMMEDIATELY to ANY Sanctuary State! And that means if you are housing them, PERIOD! We can’t afford them. Vacation Over! GO HOME!

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    • TwoLaine says:

      A Mexican Manual for Illegal Migrants Upsets Some in U.S.

      http://www.nytimes.com/2005/01/06/world/americas/a-mexican-manual-for-illegal-migrants-upsets-some-in-us.html?_r=1

      Duh! I remember this… Disgusting! GRRRRRRRRR!

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    • kinthenorthwest says:

      Still trying to figure out why Nobody will recognize the fact that Illegals are Criminals. Illegals who have broken American laws who keep compounding their original crime everyday they stay in America Illegally.
      What I also found strange is that when I suggested that on top of fining employers heavily, we confiscate their assets to help defray costs of deportation. H3LL most of the assets were gained illegally anyway and we do it to American Criminals too!! Response was that we should forget the past for these poor Illegals and just move forward.

      Every Illegal that crossed our border knew damn well that they were breaking American Laws or they would not have done it in the dark of night or hidden in vehicles!! H3LL there are even many American criminals who were barely scraping by too, & were only trying to support there families!! Yes I will admit that there are some big guys who have swindled people out of Millions, yet we can say the same with many of the Illegals too.
      Isn’t the reason for punishment to deter someone from doing the action again. H3LL is all we do is slap Illegals on the wrist, then the are going to keep coming back for more freebies.
      Come on guys there slew of criminals out there who would love for us to move forward rather than to focus on what has already happened! H3LL Hillary is one prime example going around screaming about “What Difference Does it Make”!
      Yes I feel sorry for Illegals, but when I hear about Millions of hungry homeless American children, vets, jobless Americans & our deteriorating infrastructure, while we spend several million a day housing, feeding, clothing & giving medical to Illegals I say WHY!!
      I also ask. When the H3LL do we start taking care of America & Americans with our tax funds, instead of rising our taxes to take care of the world & non-Americans.
      Illegal Immigration is a Crime (2013)-good article
      http://www.fairus.org/issue/illegal-immigration-is-a-crime

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    • AllOrNothing! says:

      Yes, hands-on enforcement of the existing laws is sufficient, for the most part. In my mind, “Immigration Reform” doesn’t refer to overhauling the current immigration laws, it refers to removing the current political and special interest network responsible for the laws not being enforced…and that’s where Trump and “We the People” come in.

      Yes, they recognize those things…they just willfully ignore and lie about them. They don’t care! We do, so We’re cleaning house now.

      Trump’s plan is great!

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    • In my mind, “Immigration Reform” has always amounted to a reassessment of the standards employed when deciding who should be admitted (we need stricter requirements, not laxer ones), and a rebuilding of the system that (making it more efficient while still applying the existing rules, not simply expediting and “rubber stamping” every application) was allegedly designed to implement the process of legal immigration.

      But, as with everything else, the “Parseltongues” in Washington have co-opted the term “Immigration Reform” and now apply it to any (and every) CoC backed amnestyplan. It’s no different than when Obama, Pelosi, et al co-opted the term “Affordable Care” and used the public’s general ignorance to foist ObamaCare on us. In the end, that was neither affordable NOR care by any sense that the American public thought it would be. And neither are any the CoC backed “Immigration Reform” plans.

      I read Trump’s plan, and it touched on every one of the needs that I outlined in a list of what I thought was necessary to stem the flow of illegals and remove the current ones from the country. Well, he DID forget the “Alligator Moat” that I proposed, but nobody is perfect…

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  9. Dr. Bogus Pachysandra says:

    During Summers in highschool and college, I worked as an apprentice carpenter framing and shingling new homes. Hard work, but it paid well!. All the journeymen had trucks, cars, houses and families. I enjoyed the work, and made two/three times what school buddies did. WTH happened? Mexicans!

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  10. waltherppk says:

    What about the 6.5 million Social security numbers on the Active rolls that have been identified by the Inspector General as numbers belonging to persons who are more than 112 years of age?
    Gee could those numbers possibly be the result of identity fraud by illegal aliens, or are American citizens just living longer? Do we really have 6.5 million “honest hardworking landscapers, domestics, ect” living in sanctuary cities? How does identity theft fit into that “profile” ????

    Think about it 6.5 MILLION …..gimme a break. And the crime rate for illegals is 10 times that of legal citizens based only on CONVICTIONS statistics which are likely representative of ACTUAL crime rates that are much higher since these illegals are living “under the radar” and are less likely to be arrested on that basis alone, since they are less documented and harder to find and are many of them unidentified fugitives from justice every minute of every day they are simply unknown and unidentified perpetrators who are simply “at large”. But it is logical that MOST of these 6.5 MILLION engaged in identity theft would be easy to find, since they get their benefit checks or tax refund checks at some transaction location where they are known to be. There are 6.5 MILLION that can be found and deported expeditiously. Bye bye to 6.5 million illegal aliens to be deported right there, and the sooner the better.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/federal-eye/wp/2015/03/10/thousands-of-u-s-workers-older-than-100-that-might-be-social-security-fraud/

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    • rsmith1776 says:

      “(……) persons who are more than 112 years of age? Gee could those numbers possibly be the result of identity fraud by illegal aliens, or are American citizens just living longer?”

      We beat the Japanese at the age game, apparently. Burger beats sashimi, who would have thunk it?

      Screw Omega 3.

      (-:

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    • kinthenorthwest says:

      H3LL the Crime Cost is Only the Tip of the Ice Berg on Illegals in America…
      Yet the Do Good Libs are so Blind to it They just want to keep on giving to everyone.
      Meanwhile DC wants to rise our taxes again to pay for America & American expenses that should be & would be covered under the taxes already being paid if America was not paying the expenses for the rest of the World & Non-Americans.

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      • waltherppk says:

        Identity theft and fraud is a felony so there is a guaranteed deportation ticket right there for 6.5 million illegal aliens who are the “low hanging fruit” for a first roundup for deportations. .Adios and see ya, bye bye Dreamers dreaming if only they had good papers? How many “dreamers” have phony SS numbers? A few? Or about 6.5 million?

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        • kinthenorthwest says:

          I am just so fed up with supporting everyone else in the world.

          Its just good personal fiscal responsibility that every American actually does themselves.
          Just tell how many Americans spend all their liquid assets for others while their own family goes hungry & their house falls down around them; meanwhile racking up debt that puts them in the streets??? That is what DC is doing!!!

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      • waltherppk says:

        To the liars who claim illegal aliens are somehow not really criminals but are “merely” undocumented “immigrants” who simply lack “proper documents”, then please explain how forged documents and identity fraud and identity theft is somehow not a crime, is it just because those criminals think they are somehow “doing the right thing” to commit a felony? Couldn’t it be argued that at some level all criminals choosing to commit a crime out of some sense of desperation think also they are “doing the right thing” since that is what they do, and of course they would not choose to do a wrong thing since they are so noble and honest an stuff. Yes illegal aliens are criminals, period, and it isn’t just illegally crossing the border that makes them criminals, but all the other things that must be done as a matter of course to try to have a somewhat “normal life” as would be available to a legal citizen. It could well be that the first act of crossing the border illegally is by itself a misdemeanor, but the law breaking rarely stops there, and the things which too often follow or accompany that misdemeanor are simply not misdemeanors but are more serious crimes. There is proof positive about this that the illegal entry is just the beginning of a lot of subsequent criminal violations to follow, and illegal aliens do not have diplomatic immunity.

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        • kinthenorthwest says:

          Like I said, Illegals compound original crime of Illegal Entry or Overstaying of Visa Daily!!!
          Still feel Anchor Kids should lose citizenship, since they gained citizenship due to a commission of a crime.
          H3LL other American criminals lose what they gained due to crimes.. H3LL many professionals lose their professional licenses due to crimes they committed.
          Why should Illegals be treated any differently.

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          • waltherppk says:

            Yeah the concept of forfeiture of “ill gotten gain” seems to be too old fashioned for the grasp of the “modern” or “progressive” mind who have their own bizarre ideas of right and wrong

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  11. Curry Worsham says:

    I love it! Trump paper echoes everything Mark Levin has been screaming about immigration. “Hat tip” Mark Levin! Bravo Trump! Brace for incoming…

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    • jackphatz says:

      I’d love to hear him say he is not a fan of the U.N.

      Chuck..during her reign the world fell apart…LOL

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    • Justice_099 says:

      Wow. I hope people are seeing through this. What an absolutely horrible interview.

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    • Lou says:

      well, Trump is lying about being a builder. My family are builders (Tishman’s). They built One World Trade and most of New York’s boroughs. this guy continues to lie about being a builder.

      he’s spot on about the Saudis who attacked us during 9/11. This was seen only by Dems many years ago. I like this about him.

      He’s a Reagan Conservative?? Reagan was no hero although candidates keep pumping this talking point up. Reagan was the biggest supporter of Iran (Iran Contra). Why can’t Conservatives support Ike Eisenhower who was the best Conservative President to date?

      I like NATO, and we’re there to protect our nukes. We can’t leave our nukes there. that’s the only reason NATO exists. we sold NATO countries our aircraft, but the nukes are still ours.

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      • Dixie says:

        Lou, I looked up your family’s company, Tishman. Very impressive. Very well known and wealthy. Congratulations for being a part of such a wealthy family.

        However, seems a little out of line to call Trump a liar. He’s a real estate developer and hires construction companies to build what he wants and it’s pretty natural for someone like that to say, “I build things”.

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    • Dixie says:

      I went to Youtube to read the comments about this video. Although no one here said it, Chuck Todd was argumentative, confrontational and to some extend disrespectful. But Trump handled it well. Trump is evolving into a better calmer speaker.

      The comments on Youtube were mostly about how Chuck Todd was so sure he knew all about world economics, while he really knows nothing at all. There was a lot of disdain for Todd.

      One of the points brought out by a commenter was concern about Trump’s affirmative action comment.

      There was a commenter who stated he listened to the interview from Mexico and said it was true that many American businesses were opening up in Mexico and consequently improving their economy….he said it was slow but improving.

      So there, Chuck Todd, so much for your opinions which you inserted often in the interview.

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      • Christine says:

        What Trump meant is not that because Mexico is “killing us” that Mexico is now a first world country. He meant that this third world country is hurting us, we are the ones taking a beating by Mexico that is how it is killing us. Todd seemed particularly obtuse about this.

        Am I the only one concerned about Trump’s affirmative action “we can live with it” comments? Nevertheless, go TRUMP!

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  12. bertdilbert says:

    Love the way Trump points out that it is harming black Americans. Obama gets blacks all riled up through his supported FTP movement then while they are distracted stabs blacks in the back with his immigration executive order. Trump goes right for the juggler. Now to be anti Trump, the media has to prove it is not hurting black Americans. Love it.

    Trump is so refreshing. He can win hands down by taking both black and Hispanic voters from the democratic stronghold. He does NOT need the republican party to win.

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    • bertdilbert says:

      I think this link is getting spamed on FB.

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    • kinthenorthwest says:

      Twenty years ago(?) the Blacks had the Janitorial services with the big Business buildings in Los Angeles all sewed up at good wages…Then the Hispanics unionized cut the cost of what the Blacks were charging, & bingo Blacks were edged out. Do believe that the majority of these Hispanic companies used Low wage earning Illegals to do this & still do.
      It was all over the TV media for weeks talking about how Hispanic Business people were smarter than Blacks (Ouch)

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  13. georgiafl says:

    Coulter is calling this document the greatest thing since the Magna Carta. She’s got things out of perspective.

    Greatest is the Bible/Commandments/Law that creates justice and peace, and which inspired the Magna Carta, both of which inspired the US Constitution.

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    • boutis says:

      I would liken it more to the Charter of the Forest (Carta de Foresta 1217) which formally gave rights back to resident citizens which had been stripped by Norman kings and their nobility. It is less known that Magna Carta which gave rights to the nobility that evolved into common law and rights for the masses. But the Charter of the Forest was for the people living and trying to make a living on the land which was basically almost everyone at that time. The current immigration policy is for non-citizens and elites (nobility aspirants) who profit from non-eforcement of existing law, new law by diktat, and the levy of taxes against the public will to support law breakers. Trump’s proposed policy returns rights as in the right not to be invaded. have crimes committed against us or be compelled to support them financially or socially. The current immigration policy is tyranny by the corrupt. .

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  14. moe2004 says:

    The real beauty of this plan is these laws are already on that the books, we don’t need the damn congress for this just a President enforcing the law.

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  15. kim says:

    I recently read an article about the anti-immigrant wall that Hungary is building using immigrant and unemployed people. If they did not help build this wall then their dole would be cut off. I thought it was a fantastic idea but cannot locate the article. I think someone might have posted it in the comment section here sometime in the last two days. Can anyone let me know if you know what article I am looking for?

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  16. kpm58 says:

    Hearts are going to bleed over this.
    But better a little blood spilled than the entire body killed.

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  17. Justice_099 says:

    I’m not a huge fan of the polls especially this early, but am I the only one that has noticed that they have pretty much just stopped publishing them completely? Just a week ago, it seemed there were several a day and then suddenly, crickets.

    Hmmmm

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  18. TwoLaine says:

    Well worth your time! Very Educational on MANY Levels. Dirty Harry at his lying best!

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  19. Jersey Beach says:

    Now the solutions are starting to come out from Donald Trump’s platform. Are the eGOP’s and ilk still going to claim he’s a flash in the pan? President Donald Trump 2016 – 2024! That’s my prediction.😀 Go to h3ll elites, we want real change.

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  20. emet says:

    Watch for inevitable articles showing how illegal immigration actually makes our country richer.

    Watch for the whiney pieces about how Anericans are turning their backs on their neighbors because they sre Hispanic

    Watch for the political cartoons showing the statue of liberty crying, Donald Trump at the head of a racist lynch mob, etc

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    • smiley says:

      who feels it, knows it.
      too many of us Americans are truly feeling the disastrous results of illegal infiltration, in any of a number of ways which I won’t bother to list here.
      its all been said.
      we feel this and we know.
      too many of us…very many…we see what its doing and what it hath wrought.
      it can not be denied.
      not to mention, the influx of national security risks also pouring in, disguised as “Hispanics”.
      only a complete dunce or an obtuse idiot would believe propaganda to the contrary.
      but I get your point and I don’t disagree with you.

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      • Betty says:

        And there has never been a politician in the last 30 years who would say:

        The cost of building a permanent border wall pales mightily in comparison to what American taxpayers spend every single year on dealing with the fallout of illegal immigration on their communities, schools and unemployment offices

        Have you noticed that the more you hear plain talk from someone who loves America and Americans the more the smallness of politicians of the last 30 years comes into focus. Jeb got a seat at the table along with Valerie Jarrett and Rupert Murdoch, and the rest of the cronies got seats too. The only ones left out was us.

        And here is another thought; They had planned for us and our posterity to mildly go into lives of servitude to them.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      The DNC is already claiming that this treats the illegal non-citizens like….wait….wait….2nd class citizens. I kid you not.

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      • smiley says:

        its that favorite word “class” that pushes the lefties into action, every time.
        the struggle thing…the victim class constantly struggling against the bourgeoisie.
        its all they’ve got.
        and they’re still trying to sell it.
        they always will.

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    • moondrops says:

      Watch for how illegals have made our economy boom because of all the jobs they have.
      Actually saw that opinion today on another site.

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  21. Arkindole says:

    Ok Jebhillary et al. What you got? Nuffin, that’s what.
    The freeze on money transfers and e-verify will do it right there on the spot. Bye bye.

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  22. emet says:

    Expect to see these storiues in the MSM:
    Farmers say Americans will starve without illegal pickers

    Immigrant dies saving puppy from fire

    Undocumented immigrant becomes neurosurgeon by attending night school

    The polio vaccine was invented by an undocumented alien

    Police Chiefs say crime will skyrocket without the tips from illegals

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    • boutis says:

      Well they can go home and save puppies or do brain surgery in Mexico. I think we will survive. One of the other things being floated is that the housing market will collapse. And rents will decline! Horrors. Think of all the one and two bedroom apartments without 27 people in them! Next they will say all of the Section 8 money hasn’t been spent!

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    • kinthenorthwest says:

      Due to all we pay in taxes due to Illegals we already paying around $7 a head of lettuce anyway..(study about 5 years ago — sorry didn’t save sites back then)
      Like I keep say 80% now done by machines anyway.. Small farmers use Co-Op Equipment!!

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  23. MAX says:

    I think I died and went to heaven.

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  24. blaze says:

    Trump has figured out how to win this whole thing to the White House on immigration and I’m on board. This just sealed it for me. Thank you Mr Trump.

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  25. doodahdaze says:

    There goes 40 million DNC voters. Oh my. And the RINOS are apoplectic.

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  26. jimash1 says:

    The Last Refuge may start getting more crowded any time now.
    HI My name is Jim.

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    • Sharon says:

      Hi, Jim ~ pick yourself a branch with a view and get set up.

      Thursdays we celebrate Friday Eve.

      Fridays the bar is opened by WeeWeed sometime in the afternoon – or early morning, depending on what kind of day it is. Those of us who don’t use the hard stuff have coolers for our milder opportunities.

      There’s a crate near the old tree by the stream that has the makin’s of S’mores in it, along with cocoa and other such.

      Saturdays are Caturday – just to give our brains a break on the open thread.

      Welcome!:)

      ADD: Oh! And Wednesday is Hump Day and somebody makes sure the camel gets turned loose to wander through.

      Mondays and Tuesdays sort of have to manage for themselves.😉

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  27. sheridan says:

    Perfect. Now that’s an America people can believe in again .
    Donald Trumps immigrant reform is by far the most sound and logical and fair to Americans. Trump kicking cultural marxists and political correctness out

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  28. Dixie says:

    A very happy thread.

    Trump/Cruz 2016!

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  29. archer52 says:

    I read the Breitbart summary. IF he is serious, he is hitting all the right notes. His plan is the plan I and many of my friends have been pushing for a long time.

    But he is up against a 15 trillion dollar business community who may disagree with him. For example, STEM visas. None of the technology mega companies want to pay an American worker because it is cheaper to contract it out to a foreigner. And there is an issue that the foreign worker is better qualified. Our colleges do not turn out highly qualified students all the time. I know this because my best friend is a college professor. He says his students are horribly prepared for college and he has taken transfers from other colleges, people working on their Masters degree, who are basically illiterate.

    Not to mention farming, construction, food preparation and even Trump’s own hotels. There is going to be a HUGE push back on his plan.

    More, and this will interesting, if he sticks to this plan, the chances of a Hispanic Presidential candidate (ending up VP) is going to be greatly increased.

    It will be an election consisting of us vs them. And it will be a bright line election.

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  30. mikayla825 says:

    pssst some of my “neighbors” have already begun the “self deportations”. The apartment across the complex had six men living in a studio, has been abandoned in the middle of the month.

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  31. Aslan's Girl says:

    This is a dream. An answered prayer. I am shocked and awed.

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  32. I have never seen a president or presidential candidate so relaxed, confident and so open to questions as Mr Trump. He is extreamly smart, that comes across loud and clear. So unlike the charicture that he is painted as. He was also on his best behavior & reminded himself of that with a smile.
    He is a very likable man.

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  33. shipley130 says:

    Good ideas. One idea I would add is to destroy some of those laws passed, such as EEOC laws. They are nothing but lawsuits in waiting, for illegal aliens to use as yet another weapon against America.

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  34. Concerned says:

    USA Today headline: “Much of Trump immigration plan not ‘radical’ in GOP circles”.

    Granted, it was written by Alan Gomez who says on his twitter account that he’s “focused on immigration and Latin America”. I think we could all bet substantial amounts of money that he’s a dedicated Dem. He’s probably just sore because half of his job will evaporate if we deport the illegals and don’t let them back in. Then he won’t be able to write warm fuzzy articles about how the poor illegals are afraid (waaaah) to apply for US taxpayer-paid benefits or why it’s actually a good thing that a Kansas town has been overrun by Obama-protected illegals.

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