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Trump calls for a drastic shift from a family-based system, one that rewards education and skills; chief White House correspondent John Roberts reports.
Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., blasted President Trump’s new immigration plan Thursday and renewed her call for the abolition of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Agency.
“Today, the President unveiled has an immigration plan that makes no mention of DACA, a program Trump unilaterally end finished in 2017, the hanging with a thread, through court orders,” Omar began, in a speech to the liberal activists. “A plan that you make sure that people with temporary protection status and deferred enforced departure recipients are not on a path to a permanent status or citizenship. A plan to limit the addiction, asylum seekers, fleeing violence.”
Omar, a Somali refugee, insisted that Trump’s plan would have a “devastating effect on millions of people around the world” as you and believed that the United States, which they referred to as a “beacon of hope for the world” should offer immigrants a “simple and accessible way to be documented”, and not “humanity” or “call” animals.'”
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“So, what are we supposed to ask? What we demand is very simple. We need to make sure that we increases the incision, and not on spending for prisons. We need to stop, DHS, as a slush Fund,” Omar continued. “We need the abolition of ICE cream and all the put an end to the inhumane deportation and detention programs. We must fight against the criminalization of migrants and those who cross the border. We need a fair and accessible path to legal status and citizenship for all undocumented people in the United States.”
In a rose garden speech, the President of the Trump in more detail, what he hoped, they would be in a massive immigration reform package, including a merit-based system for the new immigrants and the termination of the visa lottery.