Reports: Donald Trump Unveils 2020 Immigration Plan on Thursday…(I’ve Got One…Seal The Border!!!!)

Thursday, May 16, 2019
By Paul Martin

16 May 2019

President Donald Trump will use a Rose Garden speech on Thursday to introduce his immigration plan.

The plan will not reduce the annual inflow of roughly 1.1 million legal immigrants, but it will include features t0 block the massive Central American migration across the southern border, use border fees to build a wall gradually, and will protect Americans wages, officials told reporters on Wednesday. The plan would also end the “diversity visa” which annually awards 50,000 green cards to nations who have relatively few migrants in the United States, the news reports said.

The Trump plan does not offer an amnesty to millions of younger illegals, the news reports said. That is a top goal for Democrats, who have introduced various plans that would amnesty at least three million illegals without offering any changes that would protect Americans’ jobs, wages or borders from the next wave of amnesty-seeking migrants.

The plan seeks to reunite the populist wing and the establishment wing of the GOP for the 2020 election, officials told reporters.

This attempt at reunification comes after populist voters broke from the establishment in 2016 by picking outsider candidate Donald Trump at the GOP nominee.

If the plan helps Trump wins reelection, and if the GOP regains the House, Trump may be able to ensure its passage into law.

The plan offers American populists a promise of halving chain migration, tightening border security, and capping migration at the huge current level of 1.1 million per year. The current number delivers one new immigrant into the United States for every four Americans who turn 18.

Leading populist groups, such as the Center for Immigration Studies, have objected to the plan’s failure to trim immigration. These groups prefer Trump’s 2018 “Four Pillars” plan, which would shrink the inflow of immigrants. A reduced inflow will reduce the chaotic diversity sought by Democrats, and force companies to buy more of the labor-saving machinery which allow Americans to win higher wages, they say.

According to Bloomberg, a briefing provided to GOP Senators on Tuesday “included a presentation that attempted to demonstrate that maintaining or increasing current immigration levels but reallocating how the current 1.1 million green cards are distributed wouldn’t hurt middle class workers.”

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