Clinton And Trump Differ On Immigration Analysis

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Summary/ Evaluation of a staff member “How do Clinton and Trump differ on immigration?”
A staff member for the Inside Counsel Breaking News, argues on “How do Clinton and Trump differ on immigration?” that immigration is one of the most view issue into the campaign race. He shares both candidate’s views points on High-skilled immigration and the domestic workforce, EB-5 immigrant investors, E-verify, and the comprehensive immigration reform. The writer talks about trump proposition on building a wall between the U.S and Mexico (make Mexico pay for it), it raises the wage requirement for the H-1B program, it supports of the national standard form for E-verify, and the issue on deportation. Meanwhile, he added Hilary viewpoint on the same issue
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The article is too general, a good example is that he talks about Trump building a wall between U.S and Mexico but does not give a reason. Meanwhile, he does not talks about Hilary support on DACA and DAPA.
The writer also makes some argument about both candidates’ viewpoints. Immigration plays a major role on the inhabitants work acquisition, said Trump in the article “ Considering the Americans workers first before offering Jobs to a foreign worker” and “Providing healthcare and paid family and medical leave for all workers.” said Hilary. In this article, the writer briefly give a good opposing view of both candidates.
“How do Clinton and Trump differ on immigration,” an article to evaluate Hilary and Trump viewpoint on a specific issue of the campaign election 2016 on Immigration. It disputes many subject such as on High-skilled immigration and the domestic workforce, EB-5 immigrant investors, E-verify, and the comprehensive immigration reform; reveals some great information about immigration; implies readers to come up with a personal conclusion about the topic. The writer would have made an amazing article if he had included more details. I am convince with the article. However, it needs to have more

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