Sign The Petition here To Support Trump's Immigration Executive Order!


We the people of the "over fly" states, elected Donald J Trump believing he was the best person to protect we the people from terrorism in the United States.

 In signing his Executive Order to stop immigration from the seven countries designated by the former Mr. Obama, he is caring though on his promise to we the American people in the 49 states that overwhelmingly voted for him (California excluded!).

Immigration policy and, specifically, illegal immigration to the United States, was a signature issue of U.S. President Donald Trump's presidential campaign, and his proposed reforms and remarks about this issue generated much publicity.[1] Trump has repeatedly said that illegal immigrants are criminals.[2][3]

A hallmark promise of his campaign was to build a substantial wall on the United States–Mexico border, and force Mexico to pay for the wall. Trump has also expressed support for a variety of "limits on legal immigration and guest-worker visas",[1][4] including a "pause" on granting green cards, which Trump says will "allow record immigration levels to subside to more moderate historical averages".[5][6][7] Trump's proposals regarding H-1B visas frequently changed throughout his presidential campaign, but as of late July 2016, he appeared to oppose the H-1B visa program.[8]

As president, Trump imposed a travel ban that prohibited issuing visas to citizens of seven largely-Muslim countries. In response to legal challenges he revised the ban twice, with his third version being upheld by the Supreme Court in June 2018. He attempted to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, but a legal injunction has allowed the policy to continue while the matter is the subject of legal challenge. He imposed a "zero tolerance" policy to require the arrest of all illegal immigrants caught crossing the border, which resulted in separating children from their families.[9] Tim Cook and 58 other CEOs of major American companies warned of harm from Trump's immigration policy.[10]

In his first State of the Union address on January 30, 2018, Trump outlined his administration's four pillars for immigration reform: (1) a path to citizenship for DREAMers; (2) increased border security funding; (3) ending the diversity visa lottery; and (4) restrictions on family-based immigration.[11]
The Four Pillars reinforce Trump's campaign slogan to "Buy American, Hire American"[12] and 2017 executive order by the same name, and tracks with previously outlined immigration policy priorities.[13]

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  1. THIS IS SO WRONG! NO ACCESSIBLE LINK TO VOTE FOR PRESIDENT TRUMPS'STAND ON DEPORTING ILLEGALS! BUT THERE IS LINKS LOOKING FOR SIGNATURES TO IMPEACH OUR PRESIDENT! THIS IS BULLSHIT!

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