Sarah Sanders: There’s ‘nothing’ in the trumps immigration overhaul that Democrats should not be supported

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White House press secretary Sarah Sanders makes the case to ‘Fox & friends” for President Trump long-term plan for the modernization and updating of the US immigration system.

Called it a “real crisis,” White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said Thursday she believes, to get the Democrats on Board, with President Trump, the new immigration overhaul, which they expected to be later this afternoon.

“I think the best thing you can do, to bring, to have Democrats and Republicans together, is a good plan, that is exactly what we have,” said Sanders, “Fox & Friends”. “(There is) nothing that the Democrats should not for. The big difference between Republicans and Democrats in this case is that we placed actually, what we want to see happen in our immigration system.”

Sanders, said the President of the new immigration plan is “more of a long-term thing, looking at the modernisation and updating of our entire immigration system, simplified for people to come into the country legally. We do not have this system have touched for decades.”

They also took the opportunity to slam Trump Democratic rivals.

“Democrats now, unless it’s to get on Board with this, the only thing that you have said, you want open borders,” she said.

Clearly, not all Democrats want open borders, as Sanders and the White house have repeatedly proposed. Sen Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., for example, has rejected the “open borders” label, namely, such a policy is grossly unrealistic.


“If you open the borders, there is much poverty in this world, and you’ll have people from all over the world,” Sanders said as one of the democratic leaders in the 2020 presidential election. “And I don’t think this is something that we can do at this point. You can’t do it.”

It is Sanders’s first rejection of “open borders” policy.

In 2015, he made comments to Vox, in 2019, sounds out-of-place for a democratic, socialist.

“Open Borders? This is a Koch brothers proposal,” he said, referring to the conservative billionaire businessmen, known for their political activism. “This is a right-wing proposal, which basically says there is no United States.”

Trump is expected to unveil a plan from the White house rose garden Thursday afternoon, would overhaul parts of the nation’s immigration system, including a measure that a substantial increase in the education and qualification requirements for people who want to go to America to come, while scaling back on the chain migration.

The proposal, headed by Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser, Jared Kushner, marked a dramatic departure from the nation, the largely family-based approach, the officials said on Wednesday that there are only approximately 66% of the green cards, those with family ties, and only 12% is based on skills.

In its place, the new plan would provide opportunities for immigrants who have special skills, or vacancies to work in the United States, unless they can demonstrate English-language proficiency and level of education, and pass a social studies exam.

What is the plan, brought the address with the millions of workers without papers in the country illegally, including hundreds of thousands of young “dreamers” to the United States as children – a top priority for the Democrats. Still, the plan contains the General rates of immigration than many conservative Republicans would like to see.


Working with Kushner for the craft, the new Directive is the Trump of the top immigration adviser, Stephen Miller. Your plan of attack, however, short of more extreme measures, Miller has long pushed to say goodbye to the President.

Fox News’ Adam Shaw and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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