What I’m reading about Trump’s immigration policy
The White House on Tuesday said the president will not ease restrictions on immigration from Mexico or Canada to ease pressure on Congress.
Trump has long vowed to enforce immigration laws, even as Democrats in Congress have said they will push for a border wall, deport more immigrants and push for legal protections for some undocumented immigrants.
“The president believes it is important to focus on the enforcement of the law,” press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said.
“We have no plans to ease any restrictions on our southern border or to allow people who have been in the country for many years to be able to stay.”
Immigration advocates are not pleased with the plan.
The president is making promises, and they are not coming true, said Jose Villarreal, a senior policy analyst at the Center for Immigration Studies, a conservative group.
“He’s not going to be keeping those promises,” Villarbal said.
The White Houses chief of staff, John Kelly, also defended the president’s immigration policies, arguing that Trump’s policies are the best policy.
Trump promised in his 2016 presidential campaign to build a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border.
He has since said he would do away with the country’s deportation force and instead work with other countries to secure their borders.
The administration has not released any details on its immigration policies or said whether it will be possible to change them.
“If you go back to the policies that were put in place by the Clinton administration and the Bush administration, the only way you can go back is to make changes that are consistent with our immigration policies,” Kelly said in an interview with NBC News.
Trump also has said he will make Mexico pay for the wall and said the U,S.
and Canada would negotiate a better deal for both countries.
The two countries have been negotiating the border wall and border security issues for years.
The plan would give Mexico “an opportunity to take back control of the border and then to be paid for it,” Kelly added.
“It would be an opportunity to negotiate a solution for both parties to have an end to the current border crisis.”
The president has also said he plans to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, a program that allows people brought to the U: to work and study in the U., but do not have to pay taxes.
The program was set to expire at the end of the year, and Trump has threatened to end it.
“I will terminate DACA, and if I can get away with it, then I can terminate DACA,” Trump said in a September speech.
“Because I believe DACA is so unfair, it’s a shame it is being terminated.”