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Juan Williams on Trump’s executive order
President Trump’s executive order ask Federal authorities for help in the accounting of the citizens and non-citizens in the population is a scare tactic, according to Juan Williams.
Trump issued the proclamation to circumvent the Supreme court, after it temporarily blocked the administration from adding a citizenship question to the 2020 census, Williams claimed on Thursday on “The Five.”
“The people are fear mongering and that is what this President is doing,” he said.
“Hillary Clinton said, this is now weaponizing fear, and bigotry-and I could not agree more.
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“The Supreme court of the United States has said ‘no’. He goes to the Supreme court, the Congress.”
The host has the presence of a citizenship question could some people shy away from the response to the Constitutionally required decennial count.
“It intimidates people, which should participate in our census, how many people live in our country,” he said, claiming that it could “push” the billing of “non-white.”
Expression of disagreement, host Jesse Watters said the citizenship question first appeared on the census as James Monroe was President.
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“You have done that, since the 1820s,” he said, adding that he thought that the critics are on the question of the distinction between legal and illegal immigrants.
At the White house Thursday afternoon, trade Minister Wilbur Ross and Minister of justice, William Barr, Trump, flanked he announced the order.
The step would know the use of “big” Federal government databases and the exchange of information between the various Federal authorities, it is in the country, Trump said.
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“Today I’m here to say we will not give up in our efforts to determine the nationality of the population of the United States,” the President told reporters, after slamming the Democrats, he said playing politics with national security.
He called opposition to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census, “meritless.”
According to Trump, Barr said, the collected information about the executive order could be useful to the levy in the determination of the composition of the election Committee and the Congress.
Fox News Gregg Re contributed to this report.