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A top liberal think-tank has warned that President Trump immigration win message is actually to the most voters and the Democrats have been weak on enforcement.
The Center for American Progress released a new report argues that as the Democrats drifted away from the “rule of law” – message, which allows the Republicans rebrand their party as the only party of the rule of law.
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So the false dichotomy of America “was founded as a nation of immigrants or a nation of laws,” then the Democrats in power, weak enforcement of the nation seem to ‘ s laws, according to the Daily Beast, which first received the report.
Tom Jawetz, Vice President of immigration policy at the think tank, added that the support of humane immigration have ceded policy “powerful rhetorical ground to immigration restriction ists, happy disguise themselves as the sole defenders of America as a nation of laws.”
The paper coincides with the trump card, the repeated call for reform of the immigration laws, with the argument that you don’t stop at all, the problem of illegal immigration and have considerable gaps.
“We have said to straighten out our immigration laws” Trump during a rally in North Carolina last week. “You know, in a very short period of time, if the Democrats would give us some votes we could immigration solve the problem, and it would be so great.”
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Democratic 2020 presidential candidates, meanwhile, have struggled to find an effective message that is counter to trump the rhetoric and without any appear … how to embrace extreme measures.
But according to the report, radical proposals, such as country-wide Amnesty or abolition of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) only “fuel louder calls for maximum enforcement, to strengthen the then, calls for the abolition, ad infinitum.”
Scores of candidates, including Sens. Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren, and Bernie Sanders, have been crossing behind the proposal for the decriminalization of illegal border and not treat the crime as a criminal matter.
Only sen. Michael Bennet rejected the proposal, while the former Vice-President, Joe Biden, took no position on the matter.
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Some of the Democrats running for President, also gave the faith to the far-left movement for the abolition of the Federal immigration authority, although many of the early followers of the movement, such as Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand since then, the Problem is defused.