NEW YORK, New York (The Adobo Chronicles® ) – Until recently, Donald Trump’s anti-immigrant rhetoric has not been matched with concrete proposals on how exactly he plans to deport all of the estimated 11 Million undocumented immigrants now living in the U.S.
But it turns out the Relublican presidential candidate and real estate mogul is also a math wizard and has turned to his number skills to put forward a brilliant plan to solve both illegal immigration and the worsening Syrian refugee crisis.
Syria’s civil war is the worst humanitarian disaster of our time. According to mercycorps.org, the number of displaced Syrians — mostly civilians — has reached more than 11 million people thus far.
Trump is now proposing that the United States, following the example of many European countries — open its borders to Syrian refugees. However, he says that for every Syrian refugee accepted into the U.S. , one undocumented immigrant now living in the U.S. should be deported.
So there you go, one undocumented immigrant for one Syrian refugee. That’s 11 Million and counting.
Illegal immigration solved. Syrian refugee crisis solved. Trump for president!
NEW YORK, New York (The Adobo Chronicles® ) – You can’t run for president of the United States and be silent about a worsening international crisis like the exodus of Syrian refugees trying to escape torture and violence perpetrated by a repressive regime.
But for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, it is such a huge dilemma considering his recent campaign pronouncements against illegal immigration and promise to deport all 11 Million undocument immigrants now living in the U.S.
Finally today, the Trump campaign found the right balance between its candidate’s anti-immigrant rhetoric and his compassionate stance on refugees.
Speaking to reporters at the penthouse suite of the Trump Towers in New York City, The Donald said that if elected president, he will allow the entry of one Syrian refugee into the U.S. in exchange for every undocument immigrant deported by the Department of Homeland Security. He even offered to open his real estate properties as temporary housing for refugees.
Trump may have finally answered questions from political opponents and critics on how exactly he plans to deport all the 11 Million undocumented immigrants. He may have also accidentally demonstrated his brilliance on international diplomacy.
DALLAS, Texas (The Adobo Chronicles® ) – Donald Trump may have been focusing on the wrong country — Mexico — in his campaign to end illegal immigration. Building a great wall along the entire stretch of the U.S.-Mexico border has been the focal point of his campaign.
Anew report from the Migration Policy Institute says that Asians now outpace Mexicans in terms of undocumented immigrant growth.
China, South Korea, India and the Philippines are among the top ten countries with the fastest growth of undocumented immigrants.
Reacting to the report, Trump unveiled a new plan to secure America’s airports to prevent undocumented immigrants or potential undocumented immigrants from entering the country.
The Republican candidate’s plan is for Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents from the Department of Homeland Security to board all arriving international flights and check passports and visas even before the passengers disembark. Passengers from Asian countries — regardless of whether or not they have valid visas — will be subject to intense interviews by the agents to determine whether they have the potential to overstay their visas.
Pregnant women, regardless of nationality, will be automatically denied entry, a move that another presidential candidate, Jeb Bush, supports. Bush recently made public statementsagainst ‘anchor babies,’ children born in the U.S. to non-citizen mothers.
Paasengers who do not pass the on-board inspection and interview will not be allowed to disembark and will be sent right back to the flight’s country of origin.
“The best way to curb illegal immigation is to do it right at the source — the airports,” Trump said, “and the best time to prevent anchor babies is before they are born.