It’s needless to say that if there’s one single issue that Donald Trump brought center-stage during the Republican primary, it was the issue of immigration.
He was able to use it to hound on those with soft-stances on border security, such as Jeb! Bush, Marco Rubio, John Kasich, among others. His immigration policy was simple: do what we should’ve done when this nation was founded and build a border wall already. And deport those who are currently in this country illegally, of course. What do those whining that it’s “impossible” to deport 15 million illegals think the alternative is? Wait until there are 30 million illegals and then complain that there are too many to deport? Keep in mind that the same liberals who will argue that it’s impossible to deport 15 million illegals also think it’s possible to round up the over 300 million guns in this country.
Trump has already signed off on a number of executive orders to begin undoing Obama’s legacy, and next on the chopping block is Obama’s legacy on immigration. As the Daily Mail reported:
Donald Trump will not be ‘El Presidente,’ judging from the website his White House launched on Friday.
The new whitehouse.gov, unlike the online home of the Obama administration, has no Spanish-language content.
Visiting the old White House website address for content ‘en Español’ brings Web surfers to an error page.
The newly minted president made a point during the Republican primary season of his preference for immigrants to learn English, mocking former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush for speaking Spanish on the campaign trail.
And just a final random thought: is there any executive order Trump can pass so none of us ever again have to press one for English?