nearvideo trump 2020 campaign manager says that immigration is a winning issue for the President
Brad Parscale, President Trump has a fix to his promise to keep the immigration system broken.
A day after President Trump unveiled his far-reaching new immigration plan of the President 2020 campaign, said manager, immigration is a “winning issue” for Trump in 2020.
President Trump, the new immigration overhaul plans, a greater focus on performance-oriented entry in the United States, instead of the existing family connections within the country.
Brad Parscale, Trump-2020-campaign manager, told “Fox & Friends” hosts on Friday morning that the President’s new plan to strengthen the American economy.
“This is a winning issue for the President,” Parscale said.
“We had a broken system for almost half a century. Countries such as Korea, Japan, Australia, Canada, merit-based systems. Sometimes 60, 70% are based on merit. This, by the way, remain elevated, the economy, wages, unemployment figures,” he continued.
“You’ll see, to assimilate the people want in our country.”
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Under the trump plan, would be allowed entry in the country to high-skilled workers — accounting for age, English language skills, education, and whether the applicant has a well-paid job.
“You come along with your training, you can take technical orders, and other types of jobs. We will see an increase in wages. We will see a decrease in the people who are unemployed, just come here, because they can only get at someone here, a fifth cousin. You have no job or no education in this country,” he continued.
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Parscale added that apart from immigration, President Trump is also mainly on the problems of the American economy and health care before the election in 2020.
President Trump the immigration of the proposal, criticism from across the aisle with Democrats such as Rep. Ilhan Omar, said it would be a “devastating effect on millions of people around the world.”
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Omar stressed that the plan mentions nothing about those with a temporary residence permit, such as IF the receiver and the borders, the refugees from violence, and the search for asylum in the United States.