Deport illegal immigrants with 'no judges or court cases'

25 June, 2018, 04:52 | Author: Clarence Schmidt
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The President said that people who cross the border illegally should immediately be sent back to the country they came from without going through a judicial process.

"We can not allow all of these people to invade our Country", the president said on Twitter as he was being driven to his private golf club in Northern Virginia. The order seeks to keep families together in detention instead of separating them while their legal cases are heard by the courts. Mr. Will claimed the "most telegenic example" of a need to oust Republicans exists with the administration's "zero tolerance" policy regarding illegal immigrants along the USA southern border. Earlier, Trump leaned once again on Democratic lawmakers to "fix" immigration laws and prevent people attempting to "break into" the US.

Outside the House chamber, Rep. Ryan Costello, R-Pa., said Trump's tweet - which may simply reflect a recognition that the conservative bill was doomed anyway - could sway undecided Republicans to vote against the more moderate bill.

A Department of Homeland Security release late Saturday set out a process for divided family members to locate one another following days of confusion about how the administration would reunite children taken from caregivers under Trump's "zero tolerance" approach toward border crossings. The demand for answers "represents a key first step towards rendering a decision that could lead to stopping the Trump administration's inhumane and illegal practices", Efrén C. Olivares of the Texas Civil Rights Project said Sunday.


Trump also continued to blame Democrats in the Republican-controlled Congress, saying House Republicans could "easily pass" a strong border security bill, but it would still have to pass the Senate "and for that we need 10 Democrat votes, and all they do is RESIST".

President Donald Trump might have killed whatever chance House Republicans had of passing immigration legislation next week by telling them to stop "wasting their time" on the issue until after the November elections. "I didn't like the sight or the feeling of families being separated".

However, the president's frustration over the issue only grew.

"When the president says that and calls them clowns and losers, how does he expect the Democrats to sit down and work with Republicans on these issues?" While 58% of all adults said they disapproved of Mr. Trump's handling of the policy, 81% of Republicans said they approved. Images of toddlers crying behind chain-link fences, and reports of federal agents taking infants and young children to distant states, forced a rare retreat from the White House. "Most children come without parents", he said, adding that immigration must be based on merit. Mr. Trump last week signed an executive order aimed at ending the separations, but his aides are struggling to carry it out, and to reunite the separated families.

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