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Trump promises 'deportation operation' ;» massive number of migrants if he is elected

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Republican presidential candidate and former President Donald Trump speaks at a rally at the University of South Carolina, on February 10, 2024.

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Former US President Donald Trump welcomed the rejection of the immigration bill, saying if he is re-elected to the White House he will lead a “deportation operation” massive from the first day of his mandate.

The billionaire used all his influence with Republican elected officials in Congress to block the text, depriving the president Joe Biden, whom he will probably face in the November election, with success on the sensitive issue of immigration.

Let's not forget that this week we also won a big victory that all conservatives should celebrate. We crushed that crook Joe Biden's disastrous plan on open borders.

A quote from Donald Trump, Republican presidential candidate

The whole group did a great job at Congress. We crushed it, he continued at a public meeting in South Carolina.

Under pressure from Mr. Trump, Republican elected officials seem to have decided to block any reform of migration policy before the presidential election.

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Migrants cross the United States-Mexico border at Eagle Pass, Texas. (File photo)

The former president, who built his popularity during his first victorious campaign by promising the construction of a wall between the United States and Mexico, assured that the expulsion of migrants would constitute the x27;one of his priorities.

From day one, I will end all open border policies in the country. Biden administration and we will launch the largest national deportation operation in U.S. history. We have no choice, he said.

The agreement blocked in Congress provided, in addition to migration reform, an additional aid package for Ukraine and Israel.

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Worth $95 billion, it will be debated next week and includes funds for Israel's fight against Hamas and for a key strategic ally, Taiwan.

The lion's share, however, would help Ukraine replenish its stocks of ammunition, weapons and other essential needs, as the country enters in a third year of war.

Donald Trump has often been doubtful, sometimes hostile, about the continuation of American aid to Ukraine and has even threatened to leave NATO if he returns to White House.

On Saturday, he went even further, saying he would encourage Russia to attack any EU member state. ;organization which allegedly failed to meet its financial obligations.

The White House responded to Mr. Trump's statements by praising the efforts made by Mr. Biden to strengthen alliances around the world.

Encouraging the invasion of our closest allies by murderous regimes is appalling and senseless, reacted Andrew Bates, White House spokesperson, in a press release published Saturday evening.

Rather than calling to war and promote chaos, President Biden will continue to support American leadership, Bates added.

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