BOOM! ‘The Donald’ Has Arrived With a BIG Plan for Illegal Immigrants


Donald Trump has been making the rounds as presidential announcement season for the GOP has kicked into high gear, with most assuming he’ll pull the usual stunt – pretend an announcement to run is imminent, before backing out.

That said, Trump has offered up an immigration platform we’ve never quite heard before.

In an interview with CBN, more specifically on a question regarding immigration, Trump boasted that “Nobody can build a fence like me,” before adding “and I would have Mexico pay for it.”

“They will pay for it,” he stressed again.

Watch the full news segment below, in which Trump also declares President Obama to be “incompetent” and proclaims he’d be “the greatest representative of the Christians they’ve had in a long time.”

via The Hill:

… After his wall is installed?

“Nobody comes in illegally anymore,” Trump said.

Specifics on such a wall, which Trump has advocated for some time, remain unclear. But he already has some financiers in mind.

“I would have Mexico pay for it,” he said. “Believe me. They will pay for it, because they have really ripped this country off. They have really taken advantage of us both economically and at the border. They will pay for that fence.”

We’d love to know how Trump would go about making Mexico pay for a border fence that would keep Mexican citizens in their own country. But we’re afraid to ask, assuming he’d tell us to just wait for a televised announcement somewhere down the line.

Trump has certainly been acting like he’s going to join the ever-expanding field of GOP contenders. In a recent interview with Greta Van Susteren, he unleashed on the President saying “Obama doesn’t know what he’s doing” and that under his leadership, America has become a “laughingstock.”

That said, it’s important to remember he’s a very, very good salesman.

Do you think Trump will run? What do you think about his border plan?

Rusty Weiss

Rusty Weiss is a freelance writer focusing on the conservative movement and its political agenda. He has been following and analyzing the political climate for several years, and his writings have appeared in the Daily Caller, FoxNews.com and more.

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  • This article was obviously some time before Donald Trump confirmed that he is in fact running for President in 2016 for sure. Even if Trump wins the presidency in 2016, I do believe there is little chance that he is going to be able to reduce illegal immigration (even as a Republican President due to powerful interests that thrive on illegal immigration). It is common knowledge that there are stories of immigrants going through harsh extremes and even death just to come live here in the U.S. (not just Latin America, but from other countries as well). I do not know how prevalent illegal immigration is in places such as Canada, Australia, and New Zealand due to the obvious media coverage being more prevalent about the U.S. here in the U.S. All I do know is that the close proximity to the border between the U.S. and Mexico is why I can easily see why many poor people would want to risk everything just to come here. I also do not favor getting rid of the birthright citizenship amendment because it would keep out wealthy families that would help strengthen the American company. Additionally, I see that American society still places strong emphasis on women becoming mothers and I do not feel that immigrant women and/or their children deserve to be deported back to their home countries for becoming mothers (regardless of how many children they have). Rather, I feel that a more humane solution would be to allow an immigrant woman from another country to have U.S. welfare and/or foodstamp benefits for the first five children that she has (until they are 18), but that she would still get paid for just five children even if she has a sixth child or more babies. This would help ensure that there are abundant government funds to go around for American women who already have six children or more. I do feel that a humane policy needs to be put in place that would help illegal immigrants have incentive to come out of the shadows and go for citizenship (such as less wait for citizenship for men and women who are willing to contribute at least $50,000 or more towards buying a house and/or paying taxes of a certain amount after at least 7 to 10 years of living in the U.S. regardless of their education level and even if they are working a minimum wage job). A government benefit to provide increased tax breaks to companies that hire a certain number of American citizens and immigrants would help decrease the risk of American citizens getting displaced for minimum wage jobs when it comes to the illegal immigration issue. Please understand that I love America, I’m proud to be born an American female and am not anti-American. My beliefs happen to come from adoptive parents who taught me to be open-minded towards people of different races (My adoptive father is an American citizen of Aztec Indian and Mexican heritage while my late adoptive mother was a Caucasian woman with traces of French and Cherokee Indian heritage). I just felt the need to speak up because I feel that some resentment towards illegal immigrants stems from classism more than racism (a secret hostility towards men and women who come from the lower financial socio-economic classes both American born U.S. citizens and poor people from countries outside of the U.S.). Additionally, yes the U.S.A. may not have had an immigration policy in place (back during the 1600’s and 1700’s)when many European settlers decided to call many areas of the U.S. home that were previously inhabited by various groups of Native Americans (the Sioux, Iroquois, etc.). However, although my viewpoint may cost me some second job opportunities, this part Menominee Indian female does not see any reason why immigration (illegal or legal) must be halted when the beginning history of the U.S. (both in the 1600’s and 1700’s time period) was shaped by men and women immigrating from different parts of Europe to what is now the United States.

  • All he would need to do is tell Mexico we're taking our factories and jobs back but would consider a compromise as long as they pay for a secure fence.

  • Stop all money transfers 'Western Union' etc. to Mexico and Central America! That'd Bring the Greaser Govts. to their Damned Knees! Then round up all the non English speaking Hispanics, and ship them back home!

  • Too bad Donald is not a serious candidate.

    Google "Two Minute Conservative" for brevity.

  • He is not crazy or that much of a Patriot, he make millions as it is, why go the Government root for trickle down pay.

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