Now, however, Trump has committed to a plan that is detailed and ambitious, with none of that trust-me ambiguity. For now it is the only formal plank in his campaign platform; on his Web site, it is the only position listed under the category “Positions.”
“What you have to give to Trump is, whatever way he’s done it, he has pushed this front and center,” said Roy Beck of NumbersUSA, which wants to lower overall U.S. immigration, legal and illegal. The elites of the Republican Party, Beck said, “absolutely did not want this discussed in this debate. And instead it’s front and center. It’s strange, but it is the triumph of the working class of the Republican Party.”
We would not be having these conversations if we had not sent all of our jobs to other countries via Free Trade Agreements which decreased the jobs available while at the same time we increase the population via childbirth and illegal and legal immigration.
Even a first grade math student could understand that this will not work…