Trump urges immediate deportation of undocumented migrants

Leroy Wright
June 25, 2018

On Sunday, President Donald Trump advocated for immigrants who illegally enter the United States to be sent "back from where they came" without going through deportation proceedings.

Trump's tweets on Sunday came after a week of global outcry over images and video of crying children and their distraught parents separated at the US-Mexico border.

In one tweet, he wrote, "We can not allow all of these people to invade our Country".

"When somebody comes in, we must immediately, with no Judges or Court Cases, bring them back from where they came".

"Our system is a mockery to good immigration policy and law and order".

While some who advocate for stricter immigration rules have argued that people are making fraudulent asylum claims or abusing the loopholes in USA immigration laws, Baron said Trump's views went way beyond those arguments. "I didn't like the sight or the feeling of families being separated". No Democrats voted for the bill, while 41 Republican voted "yes".

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Trump signed an executive order Wednesday to stop separating parents and children at the us border.

"People coming to claim asylum are not illegal immigrants", King said on NBC's "Meet the Press". Mr. Trump last week signed an executive order aimed at ending the separations, but his aides are struggling to carry it out, and to reunite the separated families.

Since reversing his policy on Wednesday, Trump has severely criticised the USA immigration laws on Twitter and in speeches. "That is what the American people want, and a path towards citizenship for people who are undocumented". Trump signaled in his tweet that he doesn't want migrants and asylum seekers to have to be processed through the court system. "These aren't people, these are animals, and we're taking them out of the country at a level and at a rate that's never happened before".

Immigrant rights activists have condemned the proposal, warning that it could violate due process requirements. "The president's suggestion that there is a ton of process for these individuals is simply wrong".

USA immigration law provides certain rights for undocumented immigrants arrested by Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Sen. Lindsay Graham, R-South Carolina, and Sen. In a tweet, he called on Democratic lawmakers to help pass immigration reform, despite on Friday telling Republicans to "stop wasting their time" on the issue until after midterm elections in November.

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