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“DACA.” That’s the magic word, the “Open Sesame” of sorts, that stopped Democrats from saying President Donald Trump was senile.

DACA is the acronym for “Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.” The DACA program is Barack Obama’s grant of education, food stamps, health care, a shot at a job and a reprieve from deportation for the youthful alien among us.

Or, for the older illegal immigrant who still has that certain, impish je ne sais quoi, and can pass for a younger lawbreaker.

Trump said “DACA,” and he said it with love.

At a well-staged, “bipartisan immigration bill roundtable”—CNN’s billing—Trump vowed to pass “a bipartisan bill of love”:

“If we do this properly, DACA, you’re not so far away from comprehensive immigration reform. And if you want to take it that further step, I’ll take the heat, I don’t care. I don’t care—I’ll take all the heat you want to give me, and I’ll take the heat off both the Democrats and the Republicans. My whole life has been heat. (Laughter.) I like heat, in a certain way. But I will. … We’re going to come up with DACA. We’re going to do DACA, and then we can start immediately on the phase two, which would be comprehensive. … I think what we’re all saying is we’ll do DACA and we can certainly start comprehensive immigration reform the following afternoon. Okay? We’ll take an hour off and then we’ll start.”

Whether the president knew it or not, “comprehensive immigration reform” stands for amnesty.

High on whiffs of a DACA give-away, Democrats and their media dropped the charges of dementia being leveled at the president.

Which is when patriot Ann Coulter charged.

Today was “the worst day of Trump’s presidency,” she told broadcaster Larry O’Connor. Matter-of-fact, Ms. Coulter stated she was glad she would no longer be alive to witness the nation Mr. O’Connor’s children would inherit, if Trump’s DACA Bill of Love became a reality.

Ostensibly, President Trump’s love-in with Democrats was orchestrated to dispel Michael Wolff’s allegations about the president’s cognitive competency. The toast of the town, Wolff, author of “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House,” has advanced the thesis that, to quote Steve Bannon, the president “is losing it,” and that he lacks a command of the issues, and worse.

If anything, contended Coulter, “the president is not [dispelling] the Michael Wolff book,” but confirming “the worst of what White House staff had [allegedly] told Mr. Wolff.” And that is that, “The president cares only about his press, has no grasp of the details of policy, and [simply] agrees with the last person to speak.”

By extension, Ms. Coulter marveled at how, when petitioned, then-and there, by Senator Dianne Feinstein for a stand-alone DACA Bill, the president simply “nodded,” prompting House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, of all people, to step in to save the day.

McCarthy, a liberal Republican, had to clarify for the president what he was, in fact, acquiescing to, and what Feinstein was demanding: an amnesty bill absent any border-security provisions.

If the president aimed, in this gathering, to convince the viewing public that he was not mentally unstable, observed Coulter, he achieved the opposite. “Not only was Trump not in command of the most basic immigration details, but he agreed with what anyone said, second-to-second. You had completely different proposals being floated—”Tom Cotton’s on the one hand, Democratic Senators Dick Durbin and Dianne Feinstein on the other”—only to have Trump second them all.

When asked whether she thought “Trump was betraying the base,” Ms. Coulter conceded that, “It’s a slow train coming,” but this indeed was the case.

“This is a disaster,” she repeated to an incredulous Fox Business host Lou Dobbs, where she restated what bears repeating:

The president had, “if anything,” lent validation for the Wolff theory of incompetence, what “with his jumping around and abandoning his base.” His only hope, implored Ms. Coulter, was “to put the pedal-to-the-metal: fulfill his promises, end chain migration and deport these Dreamers, who should go before the MS13 gangsters.”

“Dreamers,” averred Ms. Coulter, “are the Antifa of the illegal community. They’re just a Mexican Antifa. They’re the worst of the illegals.”

No doubt. Dreamers vote; MS13 don’t.

Ms. Coulter further derided the president for assembling an administration in which his son-in-law, daughter, and half of Goldman Sachs carried the day. The presidency has become a “family affair,” she asserted.

Who can argue with the fact that none of us Deplorables voted for La Familia, for their investment bankers and for the latter’s patronage nexus?

Dripping contempt for “Mr. I’ll Build The Wall’s” lackluster negotiating skills, Ms. Coulter acknowledged the Democrats’ tactical gall. “They don’t have the House, the Senate, or the presidency”—yet it was Democrats, not the president, who were driving a hard bargain.

Incredibly, Democrats were the ones issuing an ultimatum: Give us Dreamers, amnesty and a stand-alone bill in exchange for … nothing. Whereas Trump, “The Great Negotiator”—Coulter’s coinage—pitched up for the meeting declaring in advance he’d sign anything present company handed him.

Ann Coulter has spoken like a true and truthful patriot. For their own good, Deplorables must allow dissenters to keep President Trump honest.

Postscript:

These are early-innings for the ambitious young couple in the White House.

Daddy’s girl and her poodle, Jared Kushner, long “to press flesh with local and global elites.” As I pointed out in April of 2017—back when Trump bombed Syria for Ivanka—Davos is upon us. “Befitting young Democrats in high-society,” the two want to attend this, the World Economic Forum, also “the ultimate schmooze fest of the elite.”

ORDER IT NOW

I suspect the duo will accompany Daddy to Davos. And now that The Donald’s unsexy agenda has yielded to the Democrats and the Mexican Mafia (I mean lobby), Deplorables be damned—Ivanka and Jared will receive a warm welcome from the gilded and the glamorous.

IlanaMercer has been writing a paleolibertarian column since 1999, and is the author of “The Trump Revolution: The Donald’s Creative Destruction Deconstructed (June, 2016) & “Into the Cannibal’s Pot: Lessons for America From Post-Apartheid South Africa (2011). Follow her on Twitter, Facebook,Gab & YouTube.

 
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  1. anon • Disclaimer says:

    I think you and Ann Coulter are both unable to read Trump, Ilana.
    He’s nimble and imaginative, and sometimes says and does things which seem disconnected from the intentions we want him to have. Time and again people have given up on him, but I think the seeming failures of follow-through that he exhibits are a misdirection tactic, that temporarily throw his enemies off balance as he gains strength and changes tactics.
    Ask yourself whether you or Ann Coulter – both intelligent people with an excellent grasp of the problems which need to be addressed – could get any cooperation from Congress in solving them if you were in his position. It takes more than being correct – it takes finesse. And finesse can sometimes look like weakness or stupidity.

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    • Replies: @Realist
    "I think you and Ann Coulter are both unable to read Trump, Ilana.
    He’s nimble and imaginative, and sometimes says and does things which seem disconnected from the intentions we want him to have. Time and again people have given up on him, but I think the seeming failures of follow-through that he exhibits are a misdirection tactic, that temporarily throw his enemies off balance as he gains strength and changes tactics."

    No, he's a fucking idiot.
    , @MarkinLA
    What happens when the latest incarnation of the Gang of Eight craps out another one of their bipartisan bills that the Senate passes first like they did under Obama and the media starts crying that Trump promised to sign it? This is why Trump is an idiot.

    You can say that has just happened but the original Gang of Eight was much more sneaky in trying to hide all the crap under wonderful prose and legalese. If Jeff Sessions wasn't on the floor of the Senate after hours making You-tubes of all the garbage in that bill that the Establishment wanted to keep secret, it might very well have snuck through the House in a middle of the night vote.

    In addition, your comments about finesse are way off base. Trump has the cards, not the Democrats, not the Establishment Republicans. Trump can start deporting the parents of the DACAs right now and there is nothing anybody can do. What do you think the Democrats will do when that happens? They will cry and wail about breaking up families but NOBODY in America will care.

    Why is it that every instance of a foreign policy must be met with "strength" but every instance of domestic policy favored by the people must be "measured" (actually continually kicked down the road or watered down o nothing)?
    , @pyrrhus
    There is no "problem to be solved" with respect to people who are in the US illegally. Deport them. And for God's sake don't allow more in through chain migration. Nor is there a problem with the wall, which has functioned perfectly in Israel...or just bring all our troops currently stationed in foreign sh*tholes back and put them on the border, while halting all immigration.
    This country has little time left to avert an explosion triggered by immigrants from 100+ 3d world ***holes destroying the taxpayer, taking jobs, and engaging in rampant violence.
    , @jack daniels
    Well, you're making the 4D chess argument, and it might be correct. But how are we to judge? Every time Trump backpedals you can say it's a gambit. Maybe -- but to play 4D chess you need to know a lot about chess. Does Trump know enough about the ins and outs of the issues to juggle them skillfully, or is he just winging it?
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  2. j feff says:

    DACA or not. It’s over for us. On the news, I didn’t even see my state listed as one of the DACA hotspots and yet all I see are alien faces in my hometown. In just a couple of decades we have transformed from majority white with a 10 percent or less African-American population to what looks like a 60 percent hispanic-nonwhite population with 20 percent caucasian and ten percent african american and a growing ten percent caribbean black population. Look in the newspaper at all the new births and 80 percent are hispanice non-white and look into any elementary classroom and there will be two or three at most white children among 20 or more brown and black faces.

    We should just give up. stop paying taxes to support the system. Try to milk the system, if they’ll let us probably not since we’re white and native, and live behind closed doors away from the ever changing community and nation until they kick the doors in to find our dead bodies that have been rotting, forgotten for too long.

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    Dream on, "forgotten" lol. Dieversity needs its white slaves to function.
    , @Thomm

    We should just give up. stop paying taxes to support the system.
     
    WN wiggers are...... well, wiggers. So they are net eaters just like blacks are.

    WN wiggers and their female counterparts (the fat bluehaired feminists) are already a huge liability to America.
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  3. Incredibly, Democrats were the ones issuing an ultimatum: Give us Dreamers, amnesty and a stand-alone bill in exchange for … nothing. Whereas Trump, “The Great Negotiator”—Coulter’s coinage—pitched up for the meeting declaring in advance he’d sign anything present company handed him.

    Lets not be funny here.

    Trump will go on signing when he will have all package on his table.
    Trump is not stupid. His moves are trap for democrats.

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    • Replies: @EdwardM
    Agree. It's easy to criticize Trump, which is one of the latest tropes, for "agreeing with the last person he speaks with." And we can all envision a scenario when Ivanka stays behind after a meeting ends and whispers in dad's ear.

    However, "agreeing with the last person you speak with" is not a path to business success, and Trump is too smart and confident to fall into this trap, which is quite prevalent among squishes and bureaucrats.

    Could an alternative explanation be that when he nods and says "yeah, sure" to Feinstein, Durbin, etc., he's just patronizing them to end the discussion? If his roundtable accomplished that -- along with reminding the population how ridiculous the portrayal of him as demented, crazy, disengaged, etc. -- then it was useful.

    Of course I agree with Mercer and Coulter's larger point that DACA and immigration in general are landmines for Trump, but the jury is still out on whether he'll step on them. Glad that they are keeping the pressure on him.
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  4. WHAT says:
    @j feff
    DACA or not. It's over for us. On the news, I didn't even see my state listed as one of the DACA hotspots and yet all I see are alien faces in my hometown. In just a couple of decades we have transformed from majority white with a 10 percent or less African-American population to what looks like a 60 percent hispanic-nonwhite population with 20 percent caucasian and ten percent african american and a growing ten percent caribbean black population. Look in the newspaper at all the new births and 80 percent are hispanice non-white and look into any elementary classroom and there will be two or three at most white children among 20 or more brown and black faces.

    We should just give up. stop paying taxes to support the system. Try to milk the system, if they'll let us probably not since we're white and native, and live behind closed doors away from the ever changing community and nation until they kick the doors in to find our dead bodies that have been rotting, forgotten for too long.

    Dream on, “forgotten” lol. Dieversity needs its white slaves to function.

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  5. Thomm says:

    While I disapprove of illegals, anyone who has paying attention could see that Trump was only after the more mainstream restrictions of stopping illegals, terrorists, and H1-B overuse. He was never about racism.

    WN wiggers were dumb enough to imagine that Trump was a White Trashionalist. Sane people could see that he never was.

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  6. Thomm says:
    @j feff
    DACA or not. It's over for us. On the news, I didn't even see my state listed as one of the DACA hotspots and yet all I see are alien faces in my hometown. In just a couple of decades we have transformed from majority white with a 10 percent or less African-American population to what looks like a 60 percent hispanic-nonwhite population with 20 percent caucasian and ten percent african american and a growing ten percent caribbean black population. Look in the newspaper at all the new births and 80 percent are hispanice non-white and look into any elementary classroom and there will be two or three at most white children among 20 or more brown and black faces.

    We should just give up. stop paying taxes to support the system. Try to milk the system, if they'll let us probably not since we're white and native, and live behind closed doors away from the ever changing community and nation until they kick the doors in to find our dead bodies that have been rotting, forgotten for too long.

    We should just give up. stop paying taxes to support the system.

    WN wiggers are…… well, wiggers. So they are net eaters just like blacks are.

    WN wiggers and their female counterparts (the fat bluehaired feminists) are already a huge liability to America.

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  7. Geoduck says:

    So if I understand the Dems position, if a pregnant woman with two of her own kids in hand sneaks into my house and while there she gives birth, I am responsible for the care of her kids and the one born in my house is a permanent resident of my house and I will not be able to legally expel them; correct?

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  8. Brabantian says: • Website

    Trump does boldly speak his mind sometimes

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    As I've said before in the pages of Unz, Trump reprises the role of Professor/Führer John Gill in Star Trek episode 50, Patterns of Force.
    , @Pandos
    But weren't these shitholes the guests at Nikki's UN party on Juruselem
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  9. Realist says:
    @anon
    I think you and Ann Coulter are both unable to read Trump, Ilana.
    He's nimble and imaginative, and sometimes says and does things which seem disconnected from the intentions we want him to have. Time and again people have given up on him, but I think the seeming failures of follow-through that he exhibits are a misdirection tactic, that temporarily throw his enemies off balance as he gains strength and changes tactics.
    Ask yourself whether you or Ann Coulter - both intelligent people with an excellent grasp of the problems which need to be addressed - could get any cooperation from Congress in solving them if you were in his position. It takes more than being correct - it takes finesse. And finesse can sometimes look like weakness or stupidity.

    “I think you and Ann Coulter are both unable to read Trump, Ilana.
    He’s nimble and imaginative, and sometimes says and does things which seem disconnected from the intentions we want him to have. Time and again people have given up on him, but I think the seeming failures of follow-through that he exhibits are a misdirection tactic, that temporarily throw his enemies off balance as he gains strength and changes tactics.”

    No, he’s a fucking idiot.

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  10. Realist says:

    “Daddy’s girl and her poodle, Jared Kushner,….”

    Whose poodling who?

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    • Replies: @Realist
    Should read: Who's poodling who?
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  11. November 8, 2016 was just a bump in the road for America on its way to becoming another Zimbabwe (chunks of it already are: Detroit, Baltimore, Atlanta, Newark, Oakland, inner-city America).

    See: http://fosterspeak.blogspot.com/2017/09/post-charlottesville-we-are-on-our-own.html

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    In some states of the US, major worn out paved roads are being converted to gravel roads due to lack of funds to repave them. Maybe we can get the Chinese to come to America and pave some roads for us .... like the ones they are paving in Africa!
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  12. conatus says:

    The average age of DACA candidates is 24, they will compete for jobs with Millenials.
    Good luck Millennials, from a 2017 article

    https://www.fastcompany.com/3067136/can-this-program-solve-millennials-underemployment-crisis

    “As the largest generation in the U.S. workforce, millennial unemployment is at 11.5%, according to the latest data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. That’s nearly triple the total U.S. unemployment rate, which stood at 4.7% in December.”

    I hope all those Millenials out there have urged their parents to build additions onto their houses because, if DACA is amnestied, then the Millennials, unemployed and aging, will be living in those parental additions(for the rest of your lives).

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  13. Realist says:
    @Realist
    "Daddy’s girl and her poodle, Jared Kushner,...."

    Whose poodling who?

    Should read: Who’s poodling who?

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    • Replies: @Sparkon
    No, it should read: Who's poodling whom?

    English grammatical rule:
    Object of verb requires objective case (whom).

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  14. wayfarer says:

    California – America’s “Sanctuary State!

    SB-54 Law Enforcement: Sharing Data
    source: https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201720180SB54

    MS-13 (Mara Salvatrucha):
    International Criminal Gang that Originated in Los Angeles, California.
    source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MS-13

    MS-13′s Active Members Are Laughing at America’s Crackdown

    Los Angeles Police Department’s Most Wanted
    source: http://www.lapdonline.org/all_most_wanted

    Los Angeles Police Department’s 10 Most Wanted
    source: http://www.lapdonline.org/top_ten_most_wanted

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  15. Antol says:

    agree,trump is traitor of the highest order ,he will sell america if that means not being excluded for the parties of the elite, but trump and his family will be universally despised by everyone when he left the presidency.
    So what will be the future for this country, the democracy is dead ,multiracial america is more divided than ever ,china is getting stronger every day ,all the institucion are corrupted and the unipolar view of how america should be are kidnapped by and hostile elite that want us dead

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  16. wayfarer says:

    “Cocaine, Heroin, Cannabis, Ecstasy: How Big is the Global Drug Trade?”
    source: https://www.globalresearch.ca/cocaine-heroin-cannabis-ecstasy-how-big-is-the-global-drug-trade/5381210

    “Los Angeles Meth Crisis Escalates Alongside Opioid-Heroin Epidemic.”
    source: https://www.courthousenews.com/la-meth-crisis-escalates-alongside-opioid-heroin-epidemic/

    “Millennials with Heroin Overdoses Flood California Emergency Rooms.”
    source: http://www.breitbart.com/california/2017/02/05/millennials-with-heroin-overdoses-flood-california-emergency-rooms/

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  17. wayfarer says:

    I live in south Yuma county, Arizona; twenty miles from the Mexico-United States border.

    Here, there is no shortage of violent crime, clueless brutal gangs, and destitute junkies strung out on heroin, cocaine, or methamphetamine.

    The area’s statistical crime rate, is well above the U.S. national average.

    This dark insipid wave of crime inevitably rolls north, into and across America.

    source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crime_in_Mexico
    source: https://www.osac.gov/pages/ContentReportDetails.aspx?cid=21326

    Yuma crime statistics report an overall upward trend in crime based on data from 12 years with violent crime increasing and property crime decreasing. Based on this trend, the crime rate in Yuma for 2018 is expected to be higher than in 2012.

    The city violent crime rate for Yuma in 2012 was higher than the national violent crime rate average by 37% and the city property crime rate in Yuma was higher than the national property crime rate average by 24%.

    source: http://www.cityrating.com/crime-statistics/arizona/yuma.html

    There’s a fractious breed of Americans, which live here.

    Along with that,

    Arizona gun control laws are among the least-restrictive in the U.S. Its law states that any person 21 years or older, who is not a prohibited possessor, may carry a weapon openly or concealed without the need for a license.

    source: http://statelaws.findlaw.com/arizona-law/arizona-gun-control-laws.html

    You can take my word for it, these are two simple reasons why the crime rate isn’t even higher than it already is, in Yuma Arizona.

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  18. anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    Told you so. Cf., “The Winning Trump Ticket & Cabinet (Part I),” published here February 6, 2016. (Ms. Mercer never got to Part II.)

    Elections at the USG level allow the ruled to harmlessly let off steam.

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  19. Iberiano says:

    I know I shouldn’t be, but to this day, I continue to be amazed at the cognitive-dissonance of Liberal White Women, who even as liberal as they are–are typically (statistically) married to white men, and have white children, especially white boys–who seem to have completely compartmentalized their voting preferences from reality:

    EVERY.SINGLE.PERSON. “of color” (a made up term), even the most educated, white Latino/Hispanic, that comes to this country, even if they come here illegally–will have preferences in academics, hiring, loans, everything. Not to mention often LIVING OFF THE VERY SAME WHITE WOMEN via an assortment of welfare benefits–not just food stamps, but all sorts of freebies state and local governments hand out, including help with electric bills, NICE/DECENT “Section 8″ type homes (some are indistinguishable from what used to be middle class). And the children of these legals or illegals, WILL ALWAYS BENEFIT above the native born, White (non-hispanic) children–forever.

    People who come here from Bolivia, for example, who have ZERO CONNECTION to any “Jim Crow”, or anything to do with the 1960s “farmers’ movement of “Chicanos”, can get their kids in school, in-state status, and preference into basically every state school and preference for every type of government job.

    BLOWS.MY.MIND.

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  20. Sparkon says:
    @Realist
    Should read: Who's poodling who?

    No, it should read: Who’s poodling whom?

    English grammatical rule:
    Object of verb requires objective case (whom).

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    You mean Aretha Franklin was wrong? LOL
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  21. America is committing national suicide by illegal immigration and the Zionists who control the gov are the ones behind this destruction of our country.

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    Immigration brings money. The fairy tales of free stuff are just that. The plan is always corporate, follow the money to the big fish. They variously state they are for and against whatever immigration is defined to be at any given time.
    , @RealAmericanValuesCirca1776Not1965
    It's a testament to how royally ****** America and Western Civilization still very much is that the Overton Window STILL has not reached a position where public discourse is willing to accept any real criticism of the money printers.
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  22. @Brabantian
    Trump does boldly speak his mind sometimes
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/04481eefedbea7b3eed32f17c9635647eebaf7f65703ca5e7747b2d982763dd4.jpg

    As I’ve said before in the pages of Unz, Trump reprises the role of Professor/Führer John Gill in Star Trek episode 50, Patterns of Force.

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    • Replies: @Wally
    Which makes no sense.

    www.codoh.com
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  23. Pandos says:
    @Brabantian
    Trump does boldly speak his mind sometimes
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/04481eefedbea7b3eed32f17c9635647eebaf7f65703ca5e7747b2d982763dd4.jpg

    But weren’t these shitholes the guests at Nikki’s UN party on Juruselem

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  24. ger says:
    @Stephen Paul Foster
    November 8, 2016 was just a bump in the road for America on its way to becoming another Zimbabwe (chunks of it already are: Detroit, Baltimore, Atlanta, Newark, Oakland, inner-city America).

    See: http://fosterspeak.blogspot.com/2017/09/post-charlottesville-we-are-on-our-own.html

    In some states of the US, major worn out paved roads are being converted to gravel roads due to lack of funds to repave them. Maybe we can get the Chinese to come to America and pave some roads for us …. like the ones they are paving in Africa!

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  25. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    The wall is to keep Americans from leaving.

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  26. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @DESERT FOX
    America is committing national suicide by illegal immigration and the Zionists who control the gov are the ones behind this destruction of our country.

    Immigration brings money. The fairy tales of free stuff are just that. The plan is always corporate, follow the money to the big fish. They variously state they are for and against whatever immigration is defined to be at any given time.

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    • Replies: @DESERT FOX
    The Zionist plan behind unlimited illegal immigration is to dilute the population with outsiders thus diluting the nationalist base and thereby making America vulnerable to the Zionist NWO plan and that is why the Zionists who control the U.S. gov are pushing this immigration insanity.

    The U.S. gov is under total Zionist control and the proof is that Israel did 911 and got away with it, and that is proof in spades.
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  27. Shithole is obviously the word of the day.
    Immediately curiosity sets in! Which is the biggest shithole?
    I will not torture you, I will say it immediately.
    Biggest shithole is CNN.

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  28. Wally says:
    @The Alarmist
    As I've said before in the pages of Unz, Trump reprises the role of Professor/Führer John Gill in Star Trek episode 50, Patterns of Force.

    Which makes no sense.

    http://www.codoh.com

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    You really are clueless. If, as suggested the last go-around, you bothered to look at the synopsis of the episode, you might grasp that my comment goes more to Trump being a puppet controlled by a secret cabal with their own agenda. The fact that they dressed as Nazis was a distractor.
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  29. @Anonymous
    Immigration brings money. The fairy tales of free stuff are just that. The plan is always corporate, follow the money to the big fish. They variously state they are for and against whatever immigration is defined to be at any given time.

    The Zionist plan behind unlimited illegal immigration is to dilute the population with outsiders thus diluting the nationalist base and thereby making America vulnerable to the Zionist NWO plan and that is why the Zionists who control the U.S. gov are pushing this immigration insanity.

    The U.S. gov is under total Zionist control and the proof is that Israel did 911 and got away with it, and that is proof in spades.

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    Ok. Well. What happens is immigrants usually do things like push a broom or study nursing. They buy gasoline, buy things at the store, thus pay taxes. Laws require companies to hire H1Bs in certain situations. This isn’t destruction this is a plan. Besides the real immigration debate is a creation of the media. Their job is to create wedge issues out of thin air, hopefully provoking their readership. Can’t have a country without resources right?
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  30. MarkinLA says:
    @anon
    I think you and Ann Coulter are both unable to read Trump, Ilana.
    He's nimble and imaginative, and sometimes says and does things which seem disconnected from the intentions we want him to have. Time and again people have given up on him, but I think the seeming failures of follow-through that he exhibits are a misdirection tactic, that temporarily throw his enemies off balance as he gains strength and changes tactics.
    Ask yourself whether you or Ann Coulter - both intelligent people with an excellent grasp of the problems which need to be addressed - could get any cooperation from Congress in solving them if you were in his position. It takes more than being correct - it takes finesse. And finesse can sometimes look like weakness or stupidity.

    What happens when the latest incarnation of the Gang of Eight craps out another one of their bipartisan bills that the Senate passes first like they did under Obama and the media starts crying that Trump promised to sign it? This is why Trump is an idiot.

    You can say that has just happened but the original Gang of Eight was much more sneaky in trying to hide all the crap under wonderful prose and legalese. If Jeff Sessions wasn’t on the floor of the Senate after hours making You-tubes of all the garbage in that bill that the Establishment wanted to keep secret, it might very well have snuck through the House in a middle of the night vote.

    In addition, your comments about finesse are way off base. Trump has the cards, not the Democrats, not the Establishment Republicans. Trump can start deporting the parents of the DACAs right now and there is nothing anybody can do. What do you think the Democrats will do when that happens? They will cry and wail about breaking up families but NOBODY in America will care.

    Why is it that every instance of a foreign policy must be met with “strength” but every instance of domestic policy favored by the people must be “measured” (actually continually kicked down the road or watered down o nothing)?

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  31. pyrrhus says:
    @anon
    I think you and Ann Coulter are both unable to read Trump, Ilana.
    He's nimble and imaginative, and sometimes says and does things which seem disconnected from the intentions we want him to have. Time and again people have given up on him, but I think the seeming failures of follow-through that he exhibits are a misdirection tactic, that temporarily throw his enemies off balance as he gains strength and changes tactics.
    Ask yourself whether you or Ann Coulter - both intelligent people with an excellent grasp of the problems which need to be addressed - could get any cooperation from Congress in solving them if you were in his position. It takes more than being correct - it takes finesse. And finesse can sometimes look like weakness or stupidity.

    There is no “problem to be solved” with respect to people who are in the US illegally. Deport them. And for God’s sake don’t allow more in through chain migration. Nor is there a problem with the wall, which has functioned perfectly in Israel…or just bring all our troops currently stationed in foreign sh*tholes back and put them on the border, while halting all immigration.
    This country has little time left to avert an explosion triggered by immigrants from 100+ 3d world ***holes destroying the taxpayer, taking jobs, and engaging in rampant violence.

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  32. @Wally
    Which makes no sense.

    www.codoh.com

    You really are clueless. If, as suggested the last go-around, you bothered to look at the synopsis of the episode, you might grasp that my comment goes more to Trump being a puppet controlled by a secret cabal with their own agenda. The fact that they dressed as Nazis was a distractor.

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  33. von Braun says:

    I think it’s interesting to note how Trump appears to act deranged, yet his post-presidency rallies tell a different story. The most current rally, December 8th 2017 in Pensacola, showed a president who still stands for almost all election promises. It’s striking to see such an eloquent and intelligent president, engage in a sort of schizophrenic disconnect when placed in a “professional” settings. Also, please take note that the average attendance at his rallies remains as high as during his campaign – implying he is not, in fact, losing his voting base.

    Trump has the upper hand in all of these “controversies” and issues, by the simple fact that whites are still a majority in this country. As it becomes more and more clear that “white ain’t right” in the United States, I assume that at least 75% of all whites will finally wake up, and realize that we are in true dire straits. White men and women, pure-blooded Europeans, are actually a minority on this earth; not latinos, blacks, arabs, or asians. DACA is simply a push by a very vocal minority, but it means nothing in the long run. Most latinos, and blacks, do not vote, period. And, Cosmopolitan Democrats are welcomed only on the coasts, i.e. New York and California. What does this have to do with Trump? I personally think it’s a litmus test of his competency. If Trump gets a boarder wall and ends chain migration, but DACA gets passed, he will have failed. That means millions of people will get an unconstitutional, free pass, to remain in the United states. This will mean that a vocal minority, essentially 2-4 states, allowed an illegal and egregious program to be passed, and that Trump has no grasp on the true power he actually has. Remember, the term “Democrat” has changed in the past few years. Can a Bible loving, gun loving, pro-life man be a Democrat? You bet, and they exist, but are ignored by their own party in the interest of diversity, multiculturalism, and ruining American ingenuity with a wave of low IQ immigrants.

    Finally, to end my post, I want to enlighten some on something I commonly see here on Unz. Is a Mexican man who crosses the border, works hard, and calls himself an American, an American? No, he isn’t, and never will be. Civilization, and land birth-right, are a genetic inheritance. Blacks, latinos, arabs, and asians are not Americans, and never will be. An Arab man born in Sweden is not a Swede, but a displaced person (DP). I strongly believe in genetic birthrights to land, to money, to civilization – I essentially use genetics as an argument against communism. I think only pure-blooded European whites should be allowed to vote in white countries. George Washington, and all of the troops ,that fought the American Revolution were pure-blooded whites. Is it fair to trample on their legacy, by letting genetically diverse foreigners trample all over our sacred land? All non-whites need to go back, America is not a melting pot in the way many think. It’s a a melting pot of Europeans identities, of European culture; a culture, I must remind you, that is slowly going extinct. I think it’s time for many on Unz, and in the US, to realize that these violent, low IQ “people” should have never been imported in the first place, and must pack their bags, or by placed in a detainment camp.

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    As Linh Dinh has quipped: “No one is illegal” Open borders is part of the answer to what ails the United States. The misallocated resources alone used to quench state paranoia is merely a projection of their tyranny. Why do Americans need passports? Something we agreed to like the repeal of the 4th amendment? Mexicans will steal our women and food?
    , @FLgeezer
    A well-stated, great, succinct post von Braun. I look forward to hearing more from you. I imagine most UNZ'ers do too!
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  34. Ilana, you and Ann speak of the same problems I detect with Trump Inc. I’m not one of those individuals who insist Trump is playing some wizardly 7D chess game strategy every time he does/says something stupid. However, my gut is telling me it’s a “talk out of both sides of his mouth PR stunt to stanch the Wolff bleed”. If I’m wrong and he caves on this promise, or signs an amnesty, he is a political dead letter.

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  35. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @DESERT FOX
    The Zionist plan behind unlimited illegal immigration is to dilute the population with outsiders thus diluting the nationalist base and thereby making America vulnerable to the Zionist NWO plan and that is why the Zionists who control the U.S. gov are pushing this immigration insanity.

    The U.S. gov is under total Zionist control and the proof is that Israel did 911 and got away with it, and that is proof in spades.

    Ok. Well. What happens is immigrants usually do things like push a broom or study nursing. They buy gasoline, buy things at the store, thus pay taxes. Laws require companies to hire H1Bs in certain situations. This isn’t destruction this is a plan. Besides the real immigration debate is a creation of the media. Their job is to create wedge issues out of thin air, hopefully provoking their readership. Can’t have a country without resources right?

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  36. EdwardM says:
    @Ilyana_Rozumova
    Incredibly, Democrats were the ones issuing an ultimatum: Give us Dreamers, amnesty and a stand-alone bill in exchange for … nothing. Whereas Trump, “The Great Negotiator”—Coulter’s coinage—pitched up for the meeting declaring in advance he’d sign anything present company handed him.

    Lets not be funny here.

    Trump will go on signing when he will have all package on his table.
    Trump is not stupid. His moves are trap for democrats.

    Agree. It’s easy to criticize Trump, which is one of the latest tropes, for “agreeing with the last person he speaks with.” And we can all envision a scenario when Ivanka stays behind after a meeting ends and whispers in dad’s ear.

    However, “agreeing with the last person you speak with” is not a path to business success, and Trump is too smart and confident to fall into this trap, which is quite prevalent among squishes and bureaucrats.

    Could an alternative explanation be that when he nods and says “yeah, sure” to Feinstein, Durbin, etc., he’s just patronizing them to end the discussion? If his roundtable accomplished that — along with reminding the population how ridiculous the portrayal of him as demented, crazy, disengaged, etc. — then it was useful.

    Of course I agree with Mercer and Coulter’s larger point that DACA and immigration in general are landmines for Trump, but the jury is still out on whether he’ll step on them. Glad that they are keeping the pressure on him.

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    Lets be realistic here. Not even Trump can kick out all those dreamers.
    But Trump want to stop illegal emigration into US by any means.
    And Trump will get it .
    You can take it to the bank.
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  37. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @von Braun
    I think it's interesting to note how Trump appears to act deranged, yet his post-presidency rallies tell a different story. The most current rally, December 8th 2017 in Pensacola, showed a president who still stands for almost all election promises. It's striking to see such an eloquent and intelligent president, engage in a sort of schizophrenic disconnect when placed in a "professional" settings. Also, please take note that the average attendance at his rallies remains as high as during his campaign - implying he is not, in fact, losing his voting base.

    Trump has the upper hand in all of these "controversies" and issues, by the simple fact that whites are still a majority in this country. As it becomes more and more clear that "white ain't right" in the United States, I assume that at least 75% of all whites will finally wake up, and realize that we are in true dire straits. White men and women, pure-blooded Europeans, are actually a minority on this earth; not latinos, blacks, arabs, or asians. DACA is simply a push by a very vocal minority, but it means nothing in the long run. Most latinos, and blacks, do not vote, period. And, Cosmopolitan Democrats are welcomed only on the coasts, i.e. New York and California. What does this have to do with Trump? I personally think it's a litmus test of his competency. If Trump gets a boarder wall and ends chain migration, but DACA gets passed, he will have failed. That means millions of people will get an unconstitutional, free pass, to remain in the United states. This will mean that a vocal minority, essentially 2-4 states, allowed an illegal and egregious program to be passed, and that Trump has no grasp on the true power he actually has. Remember, the term "Democrat" has changed in the past few years. Can a Bible loving, gun loving, pro-life man be a Democrat? You bet, and they exist, but are ignored by their own party in the interest of diversity, multiculturalism, and ruining American ingenuity with a wave of low IQ immigrants.

    Finally, to end my post, I want to enlighten some on something I commonly see here on Unz. Is a Mexican man who crosses the border, works hard, and calls himself an American, an American? No, he isn't, and never will be. Civilization, and land birth-right, are a genetic inheritance. Blacks, latinos, arabs, and asians are not Americans, and never will be. An Arab man born in Sweden is not a Swede, but a displaced person (DP). I strongly believe in genetic birthrights to land, to money, to civilization - I essentially use genetics as an argument against communism. I think only pure-blooded European whites should be allowed to vote in white countries. George Washington, and all of the troops ,that fought the American Revolution were pure-blooded whites. Is it fair to trample on their legacy, by letting genetically diverse foreigners trample all over our sacred land? All non-whites need to go back, America is not a melting pot in the way many think. It's a a melting pot of Europeans identities, of European culture; a culture, I must remind you, that is slowly going extinct. I think it's time for many on Unz, and in the US, to realize that these violent, low IQ "people" should have never been imported in the first place, and must pack their bags, or by placed in a detainment camp.

    As Linh Dinh has quipped: “No one is illegal” Open borders is part of the answer to what ails the United States. The misallocated resources alone used to quench state paranoia is merely a projection of their tyranny. Why do Americans need passports? Something we agreed to like the repeal of the 4th amendment? Mexicans will steal our women and food?

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  38. @EdwardM
    Agree. It's easy to criticize Trump, which is one of the latest tropes, for "agreeing with the last person he speaks with." And we can all envision a scenario when Ivanka stays behind after a meeting ends and whispers in dad's ear.

    However, "agreeing with the last person you speak with" is not a path to business success, and Trump is too smart and confident to fall into this trap, which is quite prevalent among squishes and bureaucrats.

    Could an alternative explanation be that when he nods and says "yeah, sure" to Feinstein, Durbin, etc., he's just patronizing them to end the discussion? If his roundtable accomplished that -- along with reminding the population how ridiculous the portrayal of him as demented, crazy, disengaged, etc. -- then it was useful.

    Of course I agree with Mercer and Coulter's larger point that DACA and immigration in general are landmines for Trump, but the jury is still out on whether he'll step on them. Glad that they are keeping the pressure on him.

    Lets be realistic here. Not even Trump can kick out all those dreamers.
    But Trump want to stop illegal emigration into US by any means.
    And Trump will get it .
    You can take it to the bank.

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    Not even Trump can kick out all those dreamers.

    Well you don't know until you try. We sent an army to Europe when transportation was much more restricted than now.
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  39. Anon • Disclaimer says:

    Creepy DC elite are like never trying to snatch up third world children,… and when they do it’s totally for their own good,… you know for the sake of humanity,… right???

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  40. FLgeezer says:
    @von Braun
    I think it's interesting to note how Trump appears to act deranged, yet his post-presidency rallies tell a different story. The most current rally, December 8th 2017 in Pensacola, showed a president who still stands for almost all election promises. It's striking to see such an eloquent and intelligent president, engage in a sort of schizophrenic disconnect when placed in a "professional" settings. Also, please take note that the average attendance at his rallies remains as high as during his campaign - implying he is not, in fact, losing his voting base.

    Trump has the upper hand in all of these "controversies" and issues, by the simple fact that whites are still a majority in this country. As it becomes more and more clear that "white ain't right" in the United States, I assume that at least 75% of all whites will finally wake up, and realize that we are in true dire straits. White men and women, pure-blooded Europeans, are actually a minority on this earth; not latinos, blacks, arabs, or asians. DACA is simply a push by a very vocal minority, but it means nothing in the long run. Most latinos, and blacks, do not vote, period. And, Cosmopolitan Democrats are welcomed only on the coasts, i.e. New York and California. What does this have to do with Trump? I personally think it's a litmus test of his competency. If Trump gets a boarder wall and ends chain migration, but DACA gets passed, he will have failed. That means millions of people will get an unconstitutional, free pass, to remain in the United states. This will mean that a vocal minority, essentially 2-4 states, allowed an illegal and egregious program to be passed, and that Trump has no grasp on the true power he actually has. Remember, the term "Democrat" has changed in the past few years. Can a Bible loving, gun loving, pro-life man be a Democrat? You bet, and they exist, but are ignored by their own party in the interest of diversity, multiculturalism, and ruining American ingenuity with a wave of low IQ immigrants.

    Finally, to end my post, I want to enlighten some on something I commonly see here on Unz. Is a Mexican man who crosses the border, works hard, and calls himself an American, an American? No, he isn't, and never will be. Civilization, and land birth-right, are a genetic inheritance. Blacks, latinos, arabs, and asians are not Americans, and never will be. An Arab man born in Sweden is not a Swede, but a displaced person (DP). I strongly believe in genetic birthrights to land, to money, to civilization - I essentially use genetics as an argument against communism. I think only pure-blooded European whites should be allowed to vote in white countries. George Washington, and all of the troops ,that fought the American Revolution were pure-blooded whites. Is it fair to trample on their legacy, by letting genetically diverse foreigners trample all over our sacred land? All non-whites need to go back, America is not a melting pot in the way many think. It's a a melting pot of Europeans identities, of European culture; a culture, I must remind you, that is slowly going extinct. I think it's time for many on Unz, and in the US, to realize that these violent, low IQ "people" should have never been imported in the first place, and must pack their bags, or by placed in a detainment camp.

    A well-stated, great, succinct post von Braun. I look forward to hearing more from you. I imagine most UNZ’ers do too!

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  41. @DESERT FOX
    America is committing national suicide by illegal immigration and the Zionists who control the gov are the ones behind this destruction of our country.

    It’s a testament to how royally ****** America and Western Civilization still very much is that the Overton Window STILL has not reached a position where public discourse is willing to accept any real criticism of the money printers.

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  42. Realist says:
    @Sparkon
    No, it should read: Who's poodling whom?

    English grammatical rule:
    Object of verb requires objective case (whom).

    You mean Aretha Franklin was wrong? LOL

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  43. @anon
    I think you and Ann Coulter are both unable to read Trump, Ilana.
    He's nimble and imaginative, and sometimes says and does things which seem disconnected from the intentions we want him to have. Time and again people have given up on him, but I think the seeming failures of follow-through that he exhibits are a misdirection tactic, that temporarily throw his enemies off balance as he gains strength and changes tactics.
    Ask yourself whether you or Ann Coulter - both intelligent people with an excellent grasp of the problems which need to be addressed - could get any cooperation from Congress in solving them if you were in his position. It takes more than being correct - it takes finesse. And finesse can sometimes look like weakness or stupidity.

    Well, you’re making the 4D chess argument, and it might be correct. But how are we to judge? Every time Trump backpedals you can say it’s a gambit. Maybe — but to play 4D chess you need to know a lot about chess. Does Trump know enough about the ins and outs of the issues to juggle them skillfully, or is he just winging it?

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  44. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    Trump puppet is stored in a back room. Tweets are authored by a team at the CIA and reviewed by the media prior to distribution. “Shithole” was prepared for the Mt Luther King federal obeisance, for example. Trump’s next lines are anybody’s guess, let’s hope they are good ones.

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  45. I had no idea we have a shortage of people in America. Do we really need to be importing people from shiite holes or anywhere else? Encourage Americans to have more children and reward them financially and we will be fine.

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  46. I woulds take Miss Coulter more seriously if not for her advocacy for her wealthy foreign friends being worthy of exemption of strict adherence to our immigration policy.

    Aside from that she is correct — in my view, this is mighty weak fair for the executive. I hope I am wrong about him. But then I hoped I was wrong about Iraq and Afghanistan. I hope it a smart play — but it looks like caving in.

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  47. Nobody voted for Trump to get a DACA amnesty. We’d have voted for Hillary, John Kasich, Marco Rubio, or Jeb Bush if we wanted that. What’s maddening is that Trump really seems to want the DACA amnesty, and wants enough little concessions from the Democrats to provide a fig leaf for its passage. Consider what Trump would have done had he not really wanted a DACA amnesty but was willing to grant it to get the rest of his immigration package passed. He would have
    1. Canceled Obama’s DACA executive order on day 1 of his presidency.
    2. Instructed ICE to prioritize deportation of DACA people as soon as their work visas expire.
    3. Demanded all of the following in return for a DACA amnesty:
    3(a) Mandatory e-verify.
    3(b) End chain immigration and the diversity visa lottery.
    3(c) Sanctions on sanctuary cities.
    3(d) Full funding for the wall. No DACA amnesty until the first 200 miles or so are built.
    3(e) End the H-1b and L-2 visa programs.

    Then Trump could sit back and wait for the Democrats to come to terms, while more and more of their core base gets deported.

    That Trump didn’t do this shows that either he wasn’t serious or he sucks at hard ball politics.

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  48. MarkinLA says:
    @Ilyana_Rozumova
    Lets be realistic here. Not even Trump can kick out all those dreamers.
    But Trump want to stop illegal emigration into US by any means.
    And Trump will get it .
    You can take it to the bank.

    Not even Trump can kick out all those dreamers.

    Well you don’t know until you try. We sent an army to Europe when transportation was much more restricted than now.

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