White House: Americans are not divided on immigration
The Schumer Democrats in Congress are trying to convince Americans that the country is deeply divided on immigration reform. Outside the Beltway, the numbers tell an entirely different story.
According to a recent CBS poll, nearly three-quarters of voters favor President Trump’s Immigration Reform and Border Security Framework. The core principles of that framework include 1) securing the border; 2) providing legal status for DACA-eligible immigrants; 3) protecting the nuclear families of immigrants; and 4) eliminating the Visa Lottery and replacing it with a system that prioritizes merit and public safety.
The CBS poll is no outlier. Polls from Harvard Harris (January 2018), Pulse Opinion Research (August 2017), and America First Policies (August 2017) all point to the same conclusion: Americans are more than ready for an immigration system that puts the national interest first once and for all.
Will our leaders in Congress listen?
The bottom line: Americans overwhelmingly support President Trump’s commonsense immigration plan.
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We want President Trump’s immigration plan to go into effect FAST.
CONGRESS: Get to work to move things as fast as possible. America elected you to do what is needed to serve the country, but often we wonder if anyone’s home. We need congressional action to move things along. Do you need pep pills or what? We’re waiting!