The confrontation between Democrats and Republicans in the run-up to next year’s presidential election in the United States has increased attention Migration situation on the border of our country. He commented on this Donald Trump who said he would order it if he became president again largest deportation in history of this country.
During a public event, the former president addressed the issue, which has led to a series of accusations and an exchange of statements between state governments in the hands of Republican leaders and the federal government they lead Joe Biden.
“The largest internal deportation operation in US history will take place” explained the Republican, who recalled the “model of Dwight D. Eisenhower,” the former president who launched it Operation Wetback (Operation Wetback), in which around one million 300,000 Mexicans were deported.
With that in mind, Trump said that the former president – who ruled from 1953 to 1961 – as “It was very hard”; But he warned that the operation he proposed would be the largest deportation in history.
It must be remembered that the tycoon has remained in office since the election campaign and throughout his term in the White House Anti-immigrant speech; This was already evident during the construction of the Border wall and that Cancellation of the DACA program that protects the so-called Dreamer.
With Biden taking office as president, his policies in this sector were criticized by the Republican Party. One of the biggest critics was Greg Abbott Texas governor who accuses the Democrat of allowing the massive arrival of undocumented immigrants into US territory.
In this regard, the governor stated in the week that ended “Invasion” at the border, with which he ordered the deployment of the National Guard on the state border with Mexico. Aside from that, Ronaldo Salinas Mayor of Eagle Pass stated: “Emergency” due to the entry of undocumented immigrants, which considers the safety and well-being of the population at risk.
In this context, Trump’s statements about the largest deportation in US history. The magnate is one of the Republicans’ main contenders for the presidential nomination; If it prevails, the dispute at the ballot box could be repeated with Biden, who is close to being re-elected.