Donald Trump: The United States Will Not Be a Migrant Camp – ‘Not on My Watch’ (Video)

Donald Trump: The United States Will Not Be a Migrant Camp – ‘Not on My Watch’ (Video)

When Donald Trump was campaigning he made a promise to the America people that he would Make America Great and put the American people first, and one of the ways to accomplish that is to stop the influx of illegals pouring over our borders. 

And that is why President Donald Trump is enforcing our laws, as unpopular and cruel as the Left would have people believe. As the president has stated repeatedly, if the Democrats wanted to change the existing laws they could, they don’t want to, there is more benefit in politicizing the situation.

The president defended his tough enforcement of immigration laws on Monday, saying that he would not allow unchecked flows of illegal immigration into the country, Breitbart reported.

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The United States will not be a migrant camp and it will not be a refugee holding facility,” Trump said. “You look at what’s happening in Europe … we cannot allow that to happen to the United States. Not on my watch.”

The president urged Americans to read about the problems and crime in Europe after countries accepted mass groups of migrant populations.

“We need borders, we need security, we need safety,” Trump said.

He chastised Democrats for grandstanding on the issue of immigration instead of working with Republicans to fix the problems.

“If the Democrats would sit down instead of obstructing, we could have something done very quickly,” he said. “Good for the children, good for the country, good for the world.”

The president said he was willing to accept more immigrants, but called for it to be focused on high skills immigration. He added, however, that the problem with the country’s immigration laws had to be fixed first.

“A country without border is not a country at all. … It starts at the border, and that’s the way it is,” Trump concluded.


 

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