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Donald Trump threatens to deport 15 to 20 million people if reelected

2024-05-02T21:40:50+00:00
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  • Donald Trump warns undocumented immigrants.
  • He announces extreme policies for a second term.
  • Who could be affected?

United States presidential candidate Donald Trump has announced more extreme policies if he’s elected for a second term.

Continuing his policy of zero tolerance toward migrants, Trump warned in an interview that if he wins the November election and returns to the White House, he will use local police to pursue, arrest and deport millions of undocumented immigrants.

It should be noted that Donald Trump’s anti-immigrant policies will be even more extreme if he’s elected for a second term.

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Trump warns undocumented immigrants of mass round-ups

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The Republican presidential candidate has stated that he will order mass detentions and deportations.

He speaks of building immigrant detention camps, executing mass deportations and closing the southern border.

Trump has also announced plans to mobilize the military across the country to arrest millions of undocumented immigrants residing in the United States.

«We will be using local police,» Trump said in a recent Time interview, «because local police know them by name, by first name, second name and third name. I mean, they know them very well.”

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Among his controversial plans for a second term, are building detention camps for migrants and the deployment of the U.S. National Guard to capture and expel immigrants from the country.

The Republican candidate has confirmed that he will continue with the anti-immigrant line from his first term as president and has indicated he will go further in a second term.

He plans to conduct a deportation operation designed to remove more than 11 million people from the country.

Trump also plans the to deploy the U.S. military to help. Trump’s statements have generated significant controversy and concern both within and outside the United States.

Trump plans to ramp up his anti-immigrant policies

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Human rights organizations and immigration activists have condemned these proposals, describing them as inhumane and contrary to the fundamental principles of civil rights.

Trump revealed his plans for the arrest and deportation of undocumented individuals and vaguely threatened that police departments could lose federal funding if they did not play a role in his crackdown.

«Well, there’s a possibility that some won’t want to participate, and they won’t partake in the riches, you know. We have to do this. This is not a sustainable problem for our country,» said the Republican candidate.

Trump critics have argued that these policies are discriminatory and xenophobic and go against the inclusive and diverse character of the United States.

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