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Advisor to the President, Kelly Anne Conway to Trump merit-based immigration plan, about The ” Ingraham angle.’
President Trump’s Advisor, Kelly Anne Conway appeared on “The Ingraham angle” on Thursday night, in order to promote the management of the “two-point” plan to deal with illegal immigration — accusing some in the Congress of the invested in the “status quo.”
“There are two points on the president’s big proposal,” said Conway-host Laura Ingraham. “Full and final border security, which he talked about the four years he has been running and is President. The second part of the modernization and the merit-based immigration system is.”
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Trump on Thursday unveiled a long-awaited immigration overhaul would change dramatically, as the United States accepted, people in the country, upending the system, to the benefit of the occupational skills rather than family ties.
Ingraham asked Conway if the immigration platform was meant as a Problem for the Republicans running in the year 2020, but the President of the counselor made it clear it was to fix a problem now.
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“This is not the 2020 document. If the Congress can act now, we are interested in, in 2019. In addition to the complete border protection, this is a system upgraded, it has not touched since 1965-fifty-four years,” said Conway.
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Conway also criticized members of Congress, some of which she said were “invested in the status quo.”
“And we also want to be made on the shine a light [the fact that] no one in Congress has bothered to touch the legal immigration system in 54 years. Why is this so? Because some of them invested in the status quo,” said Conway. “They claim they are concerned about the children, you give, you worry about the families.”