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“He's showing more empathy for illegal aliens than he is for American citizens. Shouldn't it be the concerns of Americans he should be considering first, before the feelings of illegals? These people are taking taxpayer money and American jobs, some committing crimes, and many are not assimilating and speaking English, and Trump wants them to stay?”
On his show last night, conservative talk show host Mark Levin said (at the 1-hour, 27-minute mark) that when it comes to the illegal alien so-called "Dreamers," Donald Trump sounds just like Jeb Bush. Trump said, "You have t...
Mark Levin: Trump sounds like Jeb Bush on 'Dreamers'
By Ed Straker
On his show last night, conservative talk show host Mark Levin said (at the 1-hour, 27-minute mark) that when it comes to the illegal alien so-called "Dreamers," Donald Trump sounds just like Jeb Bush.
Trump said, "You have these incredible kids, in many cases..."
Levin points out that in some cases, these "kids" are now "middle aged men. They're like 36 years old who were here as children."
Trump added, "We are going to deal with [Dreamers] with heart."
Levin said, "You know what he sounds like here? Jeb Bush, who he trashed on this issue. Trashed brutally! He's adopted Jeb Bush's policy when it comes to the Dreamers."
Trump adds, "I find it very very hard to do what the law says to do."
Levin said, "This is amazing to me."
And to me, too. During the primaries, Trump criticized Bush for calling illegal immigration an "act of love," and now, as president, he is talking about how incredible the children of illegal aliens are, and how he wants to treat them with "heart." Obviously, he has no intention of deporting any significant number of them.
This is troublesome for three reasons. First, once
illegal children are allowed to stay, they will get
permission for their families to stay or return to the
U.S. via chain migration. That incentivizes line-
cutting and rewards illegal immigration. It has
always been the main incentive for bringing
children into the country illegally. Expect more of
it if Trump rewards the "Dreamers."
Second, the DREAM Act has been plagued with a sky-high approval rate for all applicants: 93% at last count and as high as 99% in previous years. This, from some of the most gang- and crime-plagued countries on Earth. That doesn't sound like vetting, does it?
Third, the "Dreamer" program was an unconstitutional act by President Obama, a vast overreach of his power not authorized by statute. By continuing it and making it his own program, President Trump is also violating the Constitution. It's a sad precedent for a Republican president to follow, and opens the door for other unconstitutional actions in the future. Donald Trump has just said, in public, that he finds it hard to enforce the law. In other words, he intends to ignore the law just as Obama did.
Here's what Trump said on Meet the Press in August 2015:
Donald Trump would reverse President Obama's executive orders on immigration and deport all undocumented immigrants from the U.S. as president, he said in an exclusive interview with NBC's Chuck Todd.
Trump said, to begin, "we have to" rescind Obama's executive order offering those brought to the U.S. illegally as children – known as DREAMers – protection from deportation, as well as Obama's unilateral move to delay deportation for their families as well.
It's disappointing he decided not to keep this campaign promise. I guess he just used it as rhetoric to jab Jeb Bush and never really meant it.
Ed Straker is the senior writer at NewsMachete.com.
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McConnell sides with Trump on not deporting 'Dreamers': Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell indicated Friday he agrees with President Trump that so-called Dreamers, or people brought to the U.S. illegally as children, should not face deportation. I'm very sympathetic with these situations, with these young people who were brought here at a tender age, who grew up here, McConnell, R-Ky., told reporters Friday. And I'm anxious to see what the president decides to do. Trump suggested in a Thursday news conference that he would not move to deport people given legal status by the Obama administration under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, known as DACA. We're gonna deal with DACA with heart, Trump said. It's a very difficult thing for me because you know, I love these kids, I love kids, I have kids and grandkids. And I find it very, very hard doing what the law says exactly to do and you know, the law is rough.