Report: President Trump To Announce Border and Immigration Executive Actions Tomorrow…

According to several media reports (Fox News and Reuters) President Trump is starting tomorrow with executive action targeted toward the larger immigration policy initiatives discussed throughout the presidential campaign.  Don McGahn is obviously a very busy man:


(Via Fox News)  President Donald Trump will begin rolling out executive actions on immigration Wednesday, beginning with steps to tighten border security — including his proposed wall along the U.S.-Mexico border — and other domestic immigration enforcement measures, according to two administration officials.

Later in the week, the president is expected to take steps to restrict the flow of refugees to the United States. One official said the president was expected to roll out immigration measures over the next few days.

[…]  While the specific of Trump’s orders were unclear, both officials said Wednesday’s actions would focus in part on the president’s plans to construct a wall along the southern border with Mexico. He has insisted Mexico would pay for the wall, though the Mexican government has repeatedly said it would not.

Trump will meet with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto at the White House next week.  (read more)

Trump Neito

Interestingly, yesterday Mexican President Nieto publicly outlined his top priorities for the meeting with President Donald Trump. Can you guess what the #1 priority is for Nieto?

[…] Pena Nieto gave a speech detailing what Mexico’s baseline negotiating points would be, including economic integration, respect for the rights of migrants and the money they send home.

Those remittances amount to about $25 billion annually and have become a major source of foreign revenue for the country. Trump had originally suggested that the U.S. might retain some of that money to help pay for a wall between the countries, a project he says Mexico will pay for but which Mexico opposes. (link)

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404 Responses to Report: President Trump To Announce Border and Immigration Executive Actions Tomorrow…

  1. BillRiser says:


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  2. alliwantissometruth says:

    Wait a minute. What’s going on here? This isn’t what politicians do

    Why hasn’t he announced any fundraisers yet? Where’s the announcement for all the upcoming parties? Shouldn’t he be planning a vacation about now? He hasn’t even played golf once yet!

    Man o man, what a difference. A president who wants to do the peoples business. A president who wants to work. A president who gets things done

    Excuse my French please, but he’s f***ing doing it people! This is unprecedented & this is absolutely amazing

    Liked by 6 people

  3. wheatietoo says:

    You know, I have thought since DJT said that thing about “deport the criminal illegals”…that technically they are all criminals.

    They broke the law by coming here, illegally.
    So I’ve wondered if Mr.Trump was using a little bit of lawyer-ese there, when he said that.

    Because really, he could deport them all, if that is the criteria.
    They are all criminal illegals.

    Liked by 9 people

  4. History teaches says:

    The Trump agenda rolling like like precision clockwork. What shock is in store for snowflake world when they realize their faux ‘resistance’ won’t defer Trump in the least. Good time to deal with Nafta and establish continental ground rules. This will be the template for bilateral deals. Thedifference between Canadian and Mexican approaches will be instructive.

    Both have their own vested interests to fight for but also know they can only take the best deal Trump will allow. Canada has an unqualified dilettante PM but he does have a somewhat pragmatic streak. I doubt that he becomes as argumentative as his commie father would have. Probably some verbal condescension for domestic consumption. Too bad Harper isn’t still there though he was demonized as much as Bush was for ten years. Trudeau is beloved by leftists so won’t take the same media fire that a conservative would.

    Mexico brings more hostile issues to the table. They have very little leverage, but have to talk tough for their own pride. I think the rhetoric will be more low key and subdued. The media is salivating for fureworks but I wouldn’t be surprised to see a professional, civil tone. If a common concern like drugs and gangs is used to build a framework for consensus then maybe they save face and the other trade and immigration issues can be dealt with rationally and incrementally. How ‘the fence’ is incorporated into Trump’s rhetoric will be a fascinating exercise in statesmanship.

    Liked by 19 people

    • Hold the Keystone Pipeline hostage – allowing the Dakota Pipeline to proceed – until Canadial Oil Leaders convince Trudeau to bring an America-First Trade Deal offer!

      Liked by 9 people

    • Jenny R. says:

      Harper has already come out against Trump and predicted his defeat back before the elections.
      While Harper was better than Trudeau II, he was very much a Bushy conservative.

      Justin is hardly pragmatic; fortunately events in western Canada (of his and his policy’s making) make the Keystone go ahead (it was already in place, and he was so foolish as to believe Obama’s ban would hold because Hillary was sure to win). He’s been caught with his knickers down.

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    • readygo137 says:

      Leverage is the key and Mexico is on the back end big time. They just threaten to quit NATO if the do not get what they want? What do they offer. Their President better read the ‘Art of the DEAL” to get a idea of how to negotiate and the concept of leverage. I guess OBAMA is consulting him???


    • Lindenlee says:

      I live in MX much of the time. There are four sources of national income: drug money, remittances, oil, and NAFTA business. Nothing has arisen organically from MX because of the corruption, and it is so sad.

      Their oil is in the tank, tjry are importing Hermeneutics petroleum engineers to keep up the fields, they have not ONE refinery here, it’s commonly known that Pena-Nieto is in the back pocket of the cartels, and now the remittances may fail.

      I hope this brings MX to the point that they will start to develop their own resources, but I doubt it. Sad.


      • Lindenlee says:

        Importing petroleum engineers… Darn auto-correct…


      • TheLastDemocrat says:

        they have to shake the drug cartels to have their own industrial base rise.
        they won’t shake drug cartels with out a lot of blood being shed, and without displacing a lot of power brokers including elected politicians.

        their system has carried on this far based on two things:
        the joint endeavor between the government and the drug cartels has worked because the money and power of the drug cartels comes from the united states;
        the united states has been in cahoots with those running drugs into the united states.

        now, with trump potentially ending the drug-running into the united states. that money and support will be gone.

        this can only go one of two ways:
        they will be totally corrupt third world, or they somehow develop a decent political movement that is anti-drug cartel and serves to use their cornucopia of natural resources and blessings to have a decent nation.

        they may only be able to do this by depending on support and consultation from the united states. –that is the bridge we should build with mexico.

        the long-term possibility: a genuine war on drugs, and a peaceful neighbor.


  5. AndrewJackson says:

    God I pray that you will protect this man and encourage him to keep on going. Amen.

    Liked by 35 people

  6. NHVoter says:

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  7. Miss America says:

    My head is spinning.

    I’m still not believing my own eyes that Mr. Trump has been sworn in and is now actually the President. I’m still processing that he actually WON.

    And now THIS!

    Real question, not trolling: a lot of executive actions so far this week. Didn’t we all complain a lot about Obama’s executive actions? Why are we OK with them now? I seriously would like to know.

    Liked by 14 people

  8. Landslide says:

    Mr. President, you are a steely-eyed missle man! (from Apollo 13) Seriously, he is blowing me away. I knew he’d move fast, but holy cow!! He is inspiring not only us, but the world.

    Liked by 16 people

  9. Paula says:

    I can’t take all this winning! We have a President who is doing what he promised!!! I can hardly believe it.

    Turn on the propaganda news, they are beside themselves!!! Hahaha

    Liked by 14 people

  10. John Franco says:

    So this is what WINNING feels like, after 8 years of feeling like a loser I hardly recognize it. President Trump is the MAN!!!

    Liked by 11 people

  11. RuckusTom says:

    Just a 10% tax on cash remittances back to Mexico ($2.5 billion per year) will pay for the wall over 4 years … 5 or 6 if necessary ($2.5 billion * 4 years = $10 billion … the cost of the wall). Five years on and Mexico can start paying for the welfare U.S. taxpayers pay for while their staying here (schooling, hospitalization, incarceration, tax fraud, etc.). By the way, has any reporter ever investigated how many mortgages were issued to illegal aliens in the 2008 housing crash?

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    • BillRiser says:

      How many mortgages were issued to illegal aliens in the 2008 housing crash?
      Answer: A Lot This is Las Vegas
      2005 … Fraudsters also have engaged in house-flipping rings using illegal aliens as straw buyers. Among many examples the FBI cites: a conspiracy in Las Vegas involving a former Nevada First Residential Mortgage Company branch manager who directed loan officers and processors in the origination of 233 fraudulent Federal Housing Authority loans valued at over $25 million. The defrauders made and submitted false employment and income documentation for borrowers; most were illegal immigrants from Mexico. To date, the FBI reported, “Fifty-eight loans with a total value of $6.2 million have gone into default, with a loss to the Housing and Urban Development Department of over $1.9 million.”

      It’s the tip of the iceberg. Thanks to lax Bush administration policies allowing illegal aliens to use “matricula consular cards” and taxpayer-identification numbers to open bank accounts, mortgage fraud has grown. Money-lenders still have no access to a verification system to check Social Security numbers before approving loans.

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      • Sandra says:

        Your comment is interesting to me because it reminds me of a problem I had refinancing my condo several years ago. The lender (a broker, really) typo’d my social security number, but because we were faxing documents back and forth the error wasn’t apparent to me until I showed up at the closing. And we couldn’t close. 🙂 But I was wondering how the heck the guy could have possibly run a credit check if my social security number was wrong?

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        • BillRiser says:

          The bank will do two credit checks 1st during approval 2nd prior to closing. The closing company verifies all the information is correct before closing. The loan officer must have turned it over to a clerk that did not pay attention.

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      • I lived there during that time. Stories of “investors” coming in to buy upwards of 10 or so houses at a time were common. These were people who never planned to live in them, pay for them (for very long) or maintain them. They just wanted to ride the wave up and then sell. The market then on Henderson and Las Vegas was unreal, and it made people do strange things. It wasnt good, and some bought way too high and messed up financially for years to come.

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    • adoubledot says:

      Well, looked like there was one in The Big Short.

      Liked by 1 person

    • MaineCoon says:

      IMO the tax should be YUGE to cover the wall, state/federal law enforcement funding used re: illegals, sanctuary cities, ICE…endless list.


  12. Bull Durham says:

    Border State Goes Insane

    Only Sacramento could conceive of this. A law to mandate teaching how Putin fixed the election for Trump.

    Cult of Liberalism will require Federal Troops to end the insanity.

    Liked by 10 people

    • Did you read the comments on that article? Lots of self-identifying liberals saying how stupid this is and how the Democrats are looking like a bunch of pathetic whiners… and they are from California! My spidey senses are telling me that even California is poised to feel the Trump effect come 2020! 😀

      Liked by 7 people

      • Jenny R. says:

        I have no spidey senses, but I think the left has made itself look like such a foolish, oppressive, and violent parody that even many very liberal liberals are getting sick and tired of them.
        And they have completely shown themselves to be cowards…there’s that too. Nobody likes a bully; everyone despises the bully who is also a rank coward.

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    • DS says:

      Thread winner in the comments in the article

      “Russian hackers” is so negative. We should call them “undocumented patriots.”

      Comments run 4 to 1 against this idiocy

      Gives me hope for CA

      Liked by 4 people

    • paper doll says:

      I can’t wait to see the effect of cutting off the illegal dole out there. Even more Lord of the flies than usual


  13. Bull Durham says:

    Very good article on psy-ops in the Media. Save it for reference.

    Liked by 15 people

  14. Rachel says:

    True to his word. I remember when he told Ryan at a rally that we are going to build that wall.
    I kept singing: We’re Going to Build that Wall Paul! LOL

    Be very afraid UniParty! The Lion Roars Tomorrow!

    Liked by 10 people

  15. sundance says:

    Liked by 45 people

    • Bull Durham says:

      The Next March in DC needs to be our Armed Services Vets.
      They need to be led by thousands of Spec. Ops, fresh out of service.
      And then the hundreds of thousands of others.
      And then protected by the quarter-million Bikers.
      And they should demand the Senate get working, and the Congress get to passing everything now.

      These guys and gals need to help Drain the Swamp by insisting on Change Now!

      There is no fear in the UniParty Swamp. They are embolden and play their old, tired games, blaming the other.

      We need muscle and might to back Pres. Trump now. He’s moving what he can, but he can’t move the government with the sand the UniParty throws on the tracks.

      Mitch and Ryan and the obstructionists need to smell the sulphur and see the veins in the temples on these heroes. They need up close and personal scolding from Vets.

      Liked by 23 people

    • wheatietoo says:

      That is excellent…and very well said!

      Liked by 4 people

  16. Scarlet Gold says:

    Oorah! Go Mr. President!

    Liked by 4 people

  17. Red says:

    I LOVE THIS MAN!!!!!!!! A man that keeps his word. We all watched him, I missed maybe 3 or 4 Rallys, I watched virtually all of them. Ya’ll did too, we all watched him on RSBN and he looked us straight in the eye and told us what he intended to do. We believed him, and with God’s mighty hand guiding and helping us we got him elected. What glorious times we are witnessing😀😀😀😀

    Liked by 23 people

  18. patrickhenrycensored says:

    If you like your sovereignty, you can keep it!
    Trump announces measures to insure the health of his citizens.

    Liked by 11 people

  19. Mexican Trade Deal Strategy – Ask how many ways they want to lose:
    • American Manufacturers moving back to America, displacing Mexican workers and forfeiting income & taxes from exports to America
    • Payment for the Trump Wall
    • Payment for supplemental American Border Security to halt Illegal Immigration while the Wall is built
    • Criminal Aliens Deported to Mexico requiring incarceration, or returning to their life of crime
    ○ PLUS reparations for America’s Cost to convict and detain/imprison them
    • Illegal Aliens Self-Deported to Mexico without jobs, ending Monthly Cash Transfers to Mexico
    ○ PLUS reparations for America’s Cost to support the American Citizen Workers and Families they displaced and put on Unemployment & Welfare
    ○ PLUS reparations for America’s Local Services Costs to educate their families, fund section 8 housing and provide ObamaCare
    • Termination of the Drug Trade, with its $Billions in Cartel Income to Mexico

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  20. JunieG says:

    I love this man.

    Liked by 8 people

  21. nimrodman says:

    Well, Mexico does hold SOME leverage:
    They could sh1t on our cilantro even more than they already do.

    Chipotle would never recover …

    Liked by 4 people

    • K2P2 Ribbing says:

      Nope, not true, because cilantro grows very well in Texas. I know because I planted a bunch of old cilantro seeds and practically all of them came up. I had a 4″ x 4″ plot of solid cilantro until a freeze killed some of it back. I do believe we can have all the cilantro we want without the help of Mexico!

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  22. trapper says:

    The Daily Mail is reporting that Pres Trump will block entry into the US for anyone from Syria, Iraq, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, and Yemen.

    Liked by 11 people

  23. There’s going to be a lot of dirt turning.

    Liked by 1 person

  24. Marygrace Powers says:

    If you build it – they will NOT COME/SIMPLE/

    Liked by 7 people

  25. freddy says:

    My neighbor is an old Mexican who worked the fields for 40 years. Wise man. He told me a story about a man seeing green leaves on the trees and the stream flowing freely from his parched land and there was nothing that could stop him from wanting that and heading that way. A good story…….So the honey that attracts the bees has to be cut off. Welfare housing tax breaks food stamps. Not to be cruel but they won’t stop coming wall or no wall till that happens…Then interior enforcement and immediate deportation…..Then no anchor babies or chain migration…Without all those a wall is useless. This will cause a small war so get ready

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    • Sandra says:

      Maybe Nieto could make his country more attractive to his citizens? Oh, no, that wouldn’t work. It would cut off the flow of money from remittances. And it would probably affect political contributions from Mexican drug lords who are making a mint off of US addicts.


  26. justfactsplz says:

    Mexico depends on all of that Western Union money coming from America into their country. If they won’t pay for the wall we can charge a fee for these money transfers that will quickly pay for the wall. If that doesn’t work we can do away with any money being wired to Mexico. The illegals would deport post haste. Either way, we win. I’m sure President Trump will show them that they need to pay for the wall or risk losing millions of dollars. President Trump is playing 3D chess and he is very good at it.

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  27. Mexico already indicated they will fold on NAFTA and it looks to me like they will give give up everything to keep remittance.

    Liked by 3 people

  28. Drewby Doo says:

    This hundred day plan is gonna be wraaped up under budget and ahead of schedule. I can’t handle the excessive winning!

    Liked by 5 people

  29. Sam says:

    President Trump (I love saying that) had this all planned out ahead of time. He has actions on his list to implement in pursuit of his goals and he’s ticking them off his list as he accomplishes them. His actions then empower his people to make it happen. Every action is in pursuit of achieving his strategic goal. MAGA!

    This is what it’s like to see a serious,capable CEO operate. It’s wonderful.

    Liked by 11 people

  30. Binkser1 says:

    Can you imagine all the Leftist snowflakes whose heads are going to explode over this? Not enough sawdust in the world to clean up the mess. In all seriousness, President Trump has done more in 4 days than all the Gope Senators and Representatives have done combined through their entire careers. The man is just plain out AWESOME!!!!

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  31. Looks to me, like President Trump fully intends to keep his word regarding illegal Immigration. There’s no other way to view this. Really,, should have held off on having the vapors. Their fit, only helps arm the otherside.

    We are assured tomorrow, the Media goes into yet another meltdown.

    Liked by 6 people

  32. elize says:

    Maybe the Mexican government will offer their returning citizens a “bring an American snowflake back with you” program. I heard there were a slew of them looking for another country!

    Liked by 9 people

  33. b4im2old says:

    Sundance and/or Treepers with legal experience/knowledge,
    After reading and re-reading several of your earlier posts (Sundance) and comment threads I realized just how thin my working knowledge base truly was about migrant statuses. So I spent several hours today researching on the internet to get more up to speed. It was was a very educational experience. I tend to think there may be others here who are as unclear as I was before I dug in.

    So, absent the tools/programs to do this myself, is there anyone in our treetop that could put together a chart or spreadsheet to show at a glance the differences between migrant statuses (refugee/asylum seeker/all 5? of the different employer sponsored work visas/green card holders/daca/dapa)and what the CURRENT LAW requires of them and allows them to do/not do and what taxpayer suppported benefits they legally can/can’t access and criteria that must be met to qualify for those benefits. I was shocked to learn about some of the things – all on the backs of the American taxpayers if certain triggers are met, and about some of the “work arounds” immigration attorneys use for certain categories to manipulate the system. What an eye opener!

    Anyway, if someone (besides me) thinks this would be a worthwhile endeavor and would like to take it on, I know I would be grateful! Thanks for your consideration!

    Lastly I remain in total awe of our wonderful new POTUS and the breakneck speed and efficiency he is proceeding with! He’s MY President!!! Bet we never again elect an entrenched politician to lead this country! 😉

    Liked by 8 people

  34. angryduc says:

    Just Remember Jamiel Shaw #MAGA Mary Ann Mendoza, Sabine Durden, and Jamiel Shaw, Sarah Root one day after graduating college — when her vehicle was hit by a drunk driver. These people are our neighbors. We love them.

    Liked by 3 people

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  36. NebraskaFilly says:

    Wow! Cheering on the floor of the exchange – market opens over $20K for the first time ever. Stu Varney has been pleading for this ever since the election. He should be happy now that it happened during his show! LOL! What idiots are they to be complaining about our President opening an investigation on voter fraud? Seriously? I would venture a guess that the vast majority of Americans believe it is on-going and far larger than many would like to believe. About darned time, IMO!

    Liked by 3 people

  37. Rachel says:

    If you would go to @realDonaldTrump, and take a look at the picture he has on his twitter page, you will see Reince in the far left corner of the picture, staring at President Trump. It looks like he has daggers in his eyes pointed at him. Most everyone is smiling and looking happy except him.

    He might not be a happy camper in the UnitParty, as he will not be able to deliver for them.


  38. Chuck Finley says:

    So glad to hear this today. Relieves lots of anxiety over immigration pandering.


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