Analysis Of Helen Trump's Just Like Us, By Donald Trump

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As the 2016 election approaches, the presidential candidates and citizens await the decision of who will be the next leader of the United States of America. Donald Trump, a republican candidate, should not be elected president due to his immigration policy. After reading the book Just Like Us, by Helen Thorpe, Donald Trump is surely the wrong candidate. The immigration policy of Donald trump, is not a feasible and realistic policy. The policy will not move our nation forward in the quest to repair an increasingly conflict-ridden immigration system because his policy is racist, he plans to deport millions of people, and it is simply unrealistic.
Donald Trump’s immigration plan is racist. The immigration plan Donald trump wants to implicate
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Trump claims that all Latin Americans are criminals. Although in the book Just Like Us, the character Gomez Garcia, an undocumented citizen of Denver, Colorado unintentionally killed a police officer. Garcia admits to the crime saying, “I don’t know. I don’t know why I did it. I wasn’t thinking” (Thorpe 309). Just Like Us explains the story of four Latin-American girls that are trying to get through High School; like many other Latin-Americans they face many challenges in everyday living. While Just Like Us does offer an example of a Latin-American person committing a crime, it does not mean that all people of Hispanic decent are criminals. Trump 's immigration plan will discriminate towards Muslims. Trump claims that all Muslims are terrorists. Trump’s immigration plans are based solely on untrue stereotypes. The First Amendment protects US citizens’ rights of freedom of …show more content…
Through Trump’s business he knows how to handle foreign affairs. Trump wants to minimize outsourcing, which will create many jobs in America. Trump will make certain changes with deporting millions of people or building a wall. Trump also knows his way around foreign affairs and business. Trump has created many of small businesses and has had many failed businesses; he has also been involved with businesses outside of US soil, even though he is very adamant about minimizing outsourcing. Trump claims he will also create more jobs for Americans. If Trump has a wall go up, he plans on having Hispanics build it, and if he deports 11.5 million undocumented citizens there will be plenty of jobs that will go undone and create major holes in the economy. Trump’s popularity is due to the inevitable change, making unwanted jobs readily available, and knowing how to work with

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