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Trump Pitches U.S. Immigration Overhaul Looking To 2020 Election

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Trump Pitches U.S. Immigration Overhaul Looking To 2020 Election

Trump Pitches U.S. Immigration Overhaul Looking To 2020 Election

According to a report by Reuters, on Thursday, President Donald Trump proposed overhauling the US immigration system to favor young, educated, English-speaking applicants instead of people with family ties to Americans, a plan that faces an uphill battle in Congress but gives Trump a platform for his 2020 re-election campaign.

Reuters reports that Trump’s plan, widely panned by Democrats and immigration advocacy groups, is aimed at uniting Republicans ahead of next year’s presidential and congressional elections.

Trump reportedly said, "If for some reason, possibly political, we can’t get the Democrats to approve this merit-based, high-security plan, then we will get it approved immediately after the election when we take back the House, keep the Senate, and, of course, hold the presidency."

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