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Breaking…Trump Admin memo calls for 100,000 National Guard Immigration deportation force…Update

This is from a leak sent to the Associated Press….

This only from a suggestion sent to the Trump White House….

State Governors would to ok if their troops where to be used…

A response to this will be spread like wildfire….

So would legal push backs….

A draft memo obtained by The Associated Press outlines a Trump administration proposal under consideration to mobilize as many as 100,000 National Guard troops to round up unauthorized immigrants. Millions of those who would be affected in 11 states live nowhere near the Mexico border.

The 11-page document calls for the unprecedented militarization of immigration enforcement as far north as Portland, Oregon, and as far east as New Orleans, Louisiana. If the proposal is implemented, governors in the affected states would have final approval on whether troops under their control participate…




Benjy Sarlin ‏@BenjySarlin
. @seanspicer tells @kwelkernbc immigration plan is “100%” false: “There is no effort to utilize the national guard to round up immigrants”

Update #2….


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Jamie Dupree ‏@jamiedupree
Jamie Dupree Retweeted Dorey Scheimer
DHS confirms that the memo reported by AP did exist; but they said it was “never seriously considered”

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Donald Trump double’s down on Deportation Force….

His NEW campaign manager is gonna learn what his previous ones have learned…


His new campaign manager Kellyanne Conway on Sunday tried to give him some wiggle room on the deportions issue…

That resulted in the last 24 hours of media questions as to was Trump trying to ‘soften’ his anti-Immigration position ?

After reports emerged over the weekend that he might soften his stance on immigration, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump confirmed Monday that he will not back down on what has become his campaign’s signature issue.

Speaking to Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly, Trump reiterated that he would deport undocumented immigrants en masse if elected president…

In his interview with O’Reilly, Trump asserted that while he would not back down on mass deportations, he would handle them in “a humane manner.” He also said that he would not place immigrants in detention centers and claimed that he has “very, very good relationships” with “a lot of Hispanic people.”…..


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Donald Trump can’t change his mind on his ‘Deporting’ the long term undocumented in America…

Never mind what his new campaign mouth piece alludes to with a ‘to-be-announced answer to if Trump would go thru with a mass ‘Deportation Force’….

Trump has made hard assed Immigration enforcement his calling acrd for the jump….

He simply cannot be  found believable with both sides of the political spectrum with ANY ambiguity on immigration policy…

Since launching his presidential candidacy 14 months ago, Donald Trump’s most consistent and uncompromising policy issue has been immigration. Indeed, it was the subject of his first general-election TV ad that started airing on Friday. Yet over the weekend, his top aides and advisers suggested that Trump might be shifting on his past position that all of the 11 million undocumented immigrants living in the United States must be deported forcibly. “To be determined,” is what newly minted Campaign Manager Kellyanne Conway said on CNN when asked if Trump was retreating on the “deportation force” he talked about during the primary season. But here’s why it’s so hard — if not impossible — for Trump to retreat on immigration: He’s caught between his clear, unambiguous past statements and a base that might not willing to see him moderate on the issue. His past statements:

Aug. 16, 2015
“We’re going to keep the families together, but they have to go,” Trump said on NBC’s Meet the Press.” More Trump: “We will work with them. They have to go. Chuck, we either have a country, or we don’t have a country,” he said.

Nov. 11, 2015
“You are going to have a deportation force, and you are going to do it humanely,” Trump said on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” when asked how he would round up the nation’s 11 million undocumented immigrants.

April 21, 2016
“Look, we’re either going to have a country or we’re not going to have a country. But many people are very fine people. And I’m sure these are very, very fine people. They’re going to go, and we’re going to create a path where we can get them into this country legally, okay? But it has to be done legally” — when asked by a questioner at a “Today” town hall that person’s undocumented relatives would have to be deported if Trump becomes president.

Trump can’t ignore a base that has cheered his uncompromising immigration position

And then there are the Trump supporters who’ve cheered the GOP presidential nominee for being so uncompromising on immigration….


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