Trump administration to expand groups of immigrants to be deported: documents
reuters ^ | Feb 18, 2017 | | Julia Edwards Ainsley and Diane Bartz
Posted on 02/18/2017 6:55:37 PM PST by mdittmar
U.S. President Donald Trump’s top homeland security official has signed two orders that could expand the number of undocumented immigrants who could be stopped and deported, according to documents seen by Reuters and first reported by McClatchy news organization.
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two orders that could expand the number of undocumented immigrants who could be stopped and deported
No immigrants are being deported.
Illegal aliens will be removed.
I wish it were all of them, but for now just those with criminal records.
I hope it’s true that such an expansion is imminent. And I hope that there will be future further expansions. MAGAZINE!
I want to go back to the term “illegal alien”. An immigrant is a person who goes through the proper channels to come here.
whole lot of leaking going on.
Illegals are NOT immigrants..immigrants are people who came to this country LEGALLY..what these people are are ILLEGAL ALIEN CRIMINALS there is a difference..but to leftists they are all one in the same
GET THEM OUT OF OUR COUNTRY!!!!
To: Sarah Barracuda
[ Illegals are NOT immigrants..immigrants are people who came to this country LEGALLY..what these people are are ILLEGAL ALIEN CRIMINALS there is a difference..but to leftists they are all one in the same ]
I prefer the term “criminal invader”
Undocumented worker sounds like someone who forgot their green card on the dresser before they went to work…
Liberals used to boast that “Obama had deported more illegal aliens than any other president”. Although I doubt the claim, what could have possibly changed to make deportation a bad thing now?
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