Analysis Of Donald John Trump's Immigration Plan

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In an interview, Donald John Trump, an American businessperson and a Republican candidate running for president, specified: “ The immigrants are bringing drugs, they’re bringing crime, and they’re rapists. It’s coming from Mexico. It’s coming from the south and Latin America and it’s coming, probably, from the Middle East, but we don’t know because we have no protection.” As a result of the immigrants coming into America, Trump wants to create the immigration plan. If Trump’s plan is carried out, the Mexicans would be unauthorized to enter America because of the “great great wall,” possible recessions and riots would take place, and all illegal immigrants including the birthright citizens will be forced to leave America. So why is it important …show more content…
Thus, his plan will affect the immigrant men, women, and children living inside and outside the country. Since he is a candidate running for president, it is important for Trump treat to treat all people with kindness and respect because the majority of us come from different backgrounds and races. In his previous viewpoints towards racism, Trump has emphasized that illegal immigration should be banned from America because he believes the immigrants are creating problems in the country. Therefore, I believe Trumps immigration plan should be banned.
Besides Trump’s plan to deport immigrants out of America, Trump also hopes to build a wall along the southern order to keep the Mexicans out of the country. Since Trump believes the Mexicans commit the majority of the problems in the society, he plans to build the “great great
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Additionally his plan will pull apart families and friends, thus leaving people heartbroken, and furious with Trump. His immigration plan will end the birthright citizenship, which means even if the child is a U.S. citizen, but the parents aren’t, Trump will deport the child and the parents together. His plan to end birthright citizenship goes against the fourteenth amendment because the amendment addresses citizenship rights, and equal protection for all people under the law. On August 26, 2015, David Baluarte, a law professor at Washington University, spoke against Trumps immigration plan. He argued,“All this has human rights advocates worried. Ending birthright citizenship would result in a flood of newly created stateless children. In the United States, that would quickly become a humanitarian crisis”(If We Repealed Birthright Citizenship). Therefore, deporting immigrants will not only devastate the economy and leave people jobless, but it will also send innocent, hardworking immigrants out of the country. Whether a person is African American, Mexican, Chinese, or Middle Eastern, we are all equal under the law. Thus, Trumps plan to ban birthright citizenship and illegal immigration will not only affect the society, but his plan will also affect my family, and my

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