In September, President Trump told states by executive order that they can ban refugees, but as of now, not one state has taken him up on the offer. Trump capped refugee arrivals at 18,000 — down from an Obama administration high of 110,000.
Despite his opponents’ narrative that President Trump is anti-immigrant, he presides over huge growth in new citizens and approval of citizenship applications, including those of asylum seekers and refugees. Will Trump’s base of xenophobes and immigrant-haters abandon him because more foreigners are becoming citizens?
A group of Honduran migrants told the U.S. consulate in Tijuana, they would end their march to the U.S. border and go home if paid $50,000 each. Bill Whittle thinks this undercuts the entire premise of their claims as refugees. The team that produces this show invites you to join. https://billwhittlecom.wpengine.com/register
If the country is in danger, the U.S. president has authority to defend her using the U.S. military. Is that the situation on the souther border now? Can President Trump essentially bypass Democrats in Congress in defense of the nation? Join the people who make this show. https://billwhittlecom.wpengine.com/register