During his town hall event on FOX News on Wednesday night, Trump said that if he is reelected, the U.S. will undertake the largest deportation effort in the history of the country.
He called the numbers of people who have illegally entered the country under Biden unsustainable and referenced the recent news from New York where students at a high school were displaced by illegal border crossers.
Illegal immigration was a top issue for Trump in 2016 and the problem is even worse in 2024.
National Review has details:
‘We Have No Choice’: Trump Vows to Create ‘Largest Deportation Effort’ in U.S. History If Reelected
Former president Donald Trump vowed during his Fox News town hall on Wednesday night to create the “largest deportation effort in the history of our country” if he is reelected in November, saying “we have no choice.”
Trump, the leading contender for the Republican nomination, said that as many as 18 million people will have entered the country illegally during Democrat Joe Biden’s presidency, a number that he said is “not sustainable for our country.”
“Many of those people come from jails and prisons, many of those people come from mental institutions and insane asylums, and many of those people are terrorists,” he said.
Watch the video below:
Donald Trump on how he’s going to address the millions of illegals roaming our country:
“We are going to have the largest deportation effort in the history of our country, bringing everybody back where they came from. We have no choice.” pic.twitter.com/zLHFvFQ1ez
— Media Research Center (@theMRC) January 11, 2024
Trump is absolutely correct when he says the flood of illegals in recent years is unsustainable.
So-called sanctuary cities like New York and Chicago are currently learning this lesson the hard way. It has gotten to the point where some black voters are vowing to turn the city red in the next election.
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