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Conservative expert Ann Coulter continued her harsh criticism of President Trump, as he unveiled his long-awaited immigration plan on Thursday, challenging his knowledge of the English language.
“If you are VERY proficient in English, will one day understand the meaning of the word ‘WALL,'” Coulter has in the President.
Trump would move the planned overhaul, the United States, from the merit-based system to a points. High-skilled workers would be favored, but age, education, knowledge of English and whether you offer a well-paid job would also be taken into account.
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To turn “if adopted, our plan for America’s immigration system, in the pride of our nation and the envy of the modern world,” Trump said from the Rose Garden.
Only about 12 percent of the immigrants admitted in the United States, based on occupational skills, while 66 per cent are admitted because they have a relative living in the country. According to the plan, these figures reverse would management, to 57 percent and 33 percent, respectively, according to the trump.
Coulter was one of the trump to the earliest supporters, but has denigrated him in the past few months over its lack of progress in the construction of his long-promised wall on the US-Mexican border. In January, whipping at him for accepting to open a temporary funding bill, the government has no money for the border wall.
“Good news for George Herbert Walker Bush: today, he is no longer serve as the biggest wimp ever, as the President of the United States,” she tweeted at the time.
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In March, Trump synchronization Coulter fired back, a “Crazy nut Job” and claimed that he “win” on the border, despite pushback from Democrats.
“Crazy nut-Job @AnnCoulter, do not understand, not to mention that, despite all the odds, and the entire democratic party by the far left radicals are against me (the Republicans, who, unfortunately, are not ready to fight), I win at the limit. Large sections of the wall to be built …” Trump tweeted.
Fox News reporter Adam Shaw contributed to this report.