Donald Trump Excoriates Lax US Immigration Laws, Promises a Wall
Immigration laws in the United States being lax is rather the reason President Donald Trump is standing behind a podium with the White House as a backdrop. Not Madam Cankles of the Tentish Pantsuit. Today he reiterated how terrible our immigration laws are in a joint press conference with Nigerian President Buhari.
"There's no country in the world which has laws like we do."
He's right. Mexico's immigration laws would be a decent model to follow. They're incredibly strict on who is allowed in, how long they're allowed to stay, and what exactly their rights are when in Mexico. Maybe we should borrow their laws as a model.
"We are a nation of laws. We have to have borders. We need a wall!"
Right, which is why America elected Donald Trump.
This press conference was overshadowed by more pressing news. Not least of all was Bibi pulling the curtain back on Iran, revealing cave-dwelling, radioactive liars. Rumor has it even the rats of Iran are glowing in the dark. Helpful only for burka-covered ladies trying to escape a rapist. Harder for him to engage in a sneak attack if his member is a veritable glow stick.
Yes, Trump has done a mostly good job on the immigration front. Okay? Okay.
But there's still a long way to go. What I hope we don't see is another presidential campaigner. A president who continues to campaign on the same issues for which he was elected. Much like Barack Obama. If Trump really wants that wall, he can't tell the people "Immigration laws or crappy, frankly we need a wall!" then sign the Omnibus bill which, last I checked, didn't fund a wall. Walls in other countries, yes, but no wall for America. Read OPINION: Can We Finally Admit it? Trump is Betraying Us.