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Is Trump Right On Immigration?

Trump doesn't see immigrants' value

He's right to prioritize local workers

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President Trump is wrong to present immigrants as a strain on the U.S. They benefit it in countless ways, holds Michael A. Cohen of the Boston Globe. His desire to end the immigration lottery and stop low-skilled immigrants from coming in would hurt the economy. American businesses, from hotels to farms, rely on their hard work. Trump’s words have indicated a desire to keep out such people because they tend to be black or Latino. Immigrants of all kind are a key part of the U.S. economy. Of 87 privately owned companies valued over a billion dollars, over half were founded by immigrants. Trump’s attitude to immigration is wrong.

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President Trump understands the issues that modern-day America faces and is responding correctly with beneficial immigration policies, believes Stuart Wesbury of Lancaster Online. The country’s immigration laws have always changed with the times and needs of its populace. Today, Trump oversees too many unemployed and under-educated people. By preventing the inflow of illegal aliens, he will protect Americans’ job prospects while benefiting the economy. Obama’s DACA decision was illegal, and Trump is right to send the issue to Congress. He offers a good solution in allowing Dreamers to stay while securing our borders.

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