During a Fox News town hall on Wednesday night, President Trump pledged that his administration would undertake the largest deportation effort in the nation’s history.
Citing the unsustainable influx of immigrants entering the country illegally under Biden, he pointed to recent reports from New York, where students at a high school were forced to learn remotely in order to make room for illegal aliens.
“How will you gather the several millions that have already entered our country illegally and return them to their country of origin?” a town hall attendee asked Trump.
“It’s not sustainable for our country. We have millions and millions of people here. It is not sustainable,” Trump responded.
“Did you see in New York City where they’re getting the regular students out and they’re putting migrants in their place?” he continued.
“We are going to have the largest deportation effort in the history of our country,” Trump added.
“We’re bringing everybody back where they came from. We have no choice,” he said.
National Review reported:
Former president Donald Trump vowed during his Fox News town hall on Wednesday night to create the “largest deportation effort in the history of our country” if he is reelected in November, saying “we have no choice.”
Trump, the leading contender for the Republican nomination, said that as many as 18 million people will have entered the country illegally during Democrat Joe Biden’s presidency, a number that he said is “not sustainable for our country.”
“Many of those people come from jails and prisons, many of those people come from mental institutions and insane asylums, and many of those people are terrorists,” he said.
It is undeniably accurate to say that the surge of illegal immigrants in recent years is not sustainable.
“Sanctuary” cities, such as New York and Chicago, are currently waking up to this reality.