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David Leopold Breaks Down Trump’s Executive Order on Deportations

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With the signing of his executive action,  Trump issued an Executive Order, “Enhancing Public Safety in the Interior of the United States,” on January 25, 2017, President Donald Trump began building up his Deportation Force and declaring Open Season on immigrants and refugees.

Trump is making sweeping, foundational changes to domestic and international policy by executive edict, acting more like a monarch than a President.  His radical policy vision is unprecedented, dangerous, and contrary to our identity as a nation and our core values as Americans. He is taking a sledgehammer to the Statue of Liberty.

Trump’s Executive Order goes after:

  • People convicted of any criminal offense, regardless of what the offense was, when it occurred, or the circumstances of the conviction;
  • People who haven’t even been convicted of a crime, but have been charged with one;
  • People who have simply broken a law, with no charges or convictions resulting;
  • People with final administrative deportation orders, no matter how long ago they received the order and their positive ties and contributions; and
  • Anyone else Trump’s Deportation Force wants to prioritize.

David Leopold, explains.

Breaking down Trump’s Executive Order on Deportations

Posted by David Leopold on Thursday, January 26, 2017