The Trump administration’s new rule is an attempt to change the profile of the American immigrant. It will almost certainly disadvantage poor people from Latin America, Africa and parts of Asia.

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  • Replying to @nytimes

    PSA: Check your state’s primary rules, if you are a registered independent (as I was until 2016) please change your party affiliation so that you are able to vote for your Democrat candidate in primary election Many states won’t allow you to vote in primary unless registered 🌊🗳

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  • MCW
    6 days ago

    Replying to @nytimes

    Yea cause there are all those Northern Europeans just lining up to immigrate to the world of Trump.

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  • Toupie
    6 days ago

    Replying to @5Waldos @nytimes

    Exactly... I have removed my request for US expatriation last year in my corporation and it will stay as it is until US becomes a decent country again without a white supremacist at its head.

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  • Replying to @nytimes

    It will disadvantage all of us. "[P]oor people from Latin America, Africa and parts of Asia" are part of the fabric of this nation and along with their children, make America great. Just like those poor people from Europe, who were my ancestors.

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  • Toupie
    6 days ago

    Replying to @larsp2740 @nytimes

    This is how you create recession when your unemployment rate is close to zero and you want to hire only graduated immigrants (preferably whites)... even Trump knows it’s a blatant lie, he wants to please its electoral base.

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  • Replying to @nytimes

    Next the test will be whether the prospective immigrant stays in a Trump hotel...

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  • Replying to @OttenbergEve @nytimes

    We don’t bring people in to US that we have to spend taxpayer money to support.

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  • Replying to @prosecutingUSA @OttenbergEve @nytimes

    We. Ring people who are a net gain. Receiving government benefits does not mean that you aren’t a net gain.

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  • Replying to @newbal123 @OttenbergEve @nytimes

    Sure it does.

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  • Replying to @prosecutingUSA @OttenbergEve @nytimes

    No, it doesn’t. The question is whether you are contributing more than you are taking. Many people who qualify for SNAP or welfare work and pay taxes. There is also the birthrate question to consider.

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  • Replying to @nytimes

    We cant even take care of our Veterans, or homeless already, American children go hungry every day, until we fix this we do not need more people coming over expecting our tax dollars to help them also. A pretty simple concept..

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  • Toupie
    6 days ago

    Replying to @roblewis0615 @nytimes

    You’re being delusional. What will happen is called disruption, you’ll be killing current production models. I can’t wait to see what the immigrants will ask as minimum salary the day you’ll beg them to come back.

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  • Replying to @lalyz31 @nytimes

    Delusional? For saying we need to take care of our own. Alrighty ill have a glass of what @lalyz31 is drinking. 🍷🍸🍹🍺

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  • Toupie
    6 days ago

    Replying to @roblewis0615 @nytimes

    Each time far right talks about immigration they suddenly seem to care about their homeless people, veterans, bla-bla-bla... we know the story but cheers 🥂

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  • Replying to @lalyz31 @nytimes

    Thanks

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  • Replying to @nytimes

    Trump 2020!! 🇻🇪🇺🇸

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  • Replying to @nytimes

    Geeeee Really The republicans trying to discriminate against Poor people Hell hard to believe.LMFAO

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  • Replying to @nytimes

    Easy to blame #Trump about #immigration, but @TheDemocrats are also to blame for refusing to come up with sensible humane #ImmigrationReform because they prefer playing politics instead. Everyone knows the system is broken, but few really want to fix it.

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  • Replying to @nytimes

    Immigration should increase the value of the host country. In the past, immigration from mostly Europe brought people with strong work ethic, manual skills and strong Christian faith and family ties. Today, immigration attracts mostly people with low skills and divers religions.

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  • Replying to @TerryHerber1 @nytimes

    Nonsense. The facts tell a different story: More than 1/3 of U.S. immigrants are highly educated. The U.S. is home to more skilled immigrants than any other country; it is home to a majority of immigrant inventors, based on global patent data. But keep spinning your racist lies.

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  • Replying to @jamesgutierrez @nytimes

    Let’s be clear! Are you talking about LEGAL OR ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS? I agree, the majority of legal immigrants are a positive to America. However, we are talking about the crisis on the Southern boarder where the majority. Trump trying to stop ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION!

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  • Replying to @TerryHerber1 @nytimes

    Read the article. It discusses racists Stephen Miller and @USCISCuccinelli - with @realDonaldTrump's blessing - targeting LEGAL IMMIGRANTS, i.e., those who are in the U.S. LEGALLY. This public charge issue does not concern migrants currently detained in U.S. concentration camps.

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