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Jan Schakowsky May 16
I wonder if could pass this civics exam he is proposing!
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Brian Fraga 🇺🇲🇵🇹🇻🇦 May 16
Our country also needs working-class immigrants and their families, not just people who attended elite universities and have engineering degrees.
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Tara Taylor May 16
actually used the words "merit and skill" to base why an immigrant should be allowed into the USA. What merit did first bring? What skill was there in posing nude and touching all over other nude women in pics???
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Tammy Duckworth May 16
The guy who pledged to protect the non-existent “Article XII” of the Constitution also wants to require that every immigrant pass a civics exam.
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JΛKΣ May 15
Trump’s new policy will have a “civics test” for those seeking citizenship. That’s right— The dingdong who doesn’t know what the 13 stripes on the American flag represent, will require to answer civics questions. 🤦🏻‍♂️
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Rep. Doug Lamborn May 16
I was excited to join today as he unveils his plans to reform and modernize our broken immigration system. It is past time to fix immigration loopholes and prioritize merit-based immigration.
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TM Brown May 14
Remember dear people... Applying for Asylum is LEGAL These children are the lucky ones... Sleep well?! Exclusive photos reveal children sleeping on the ground at Border Patrol station
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Ryan Carter May 16
Regardless of your political beliefs, I think we can all agree is an atrocious public speaker. Did he even rehearse this speech on ?
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Nilay May 15
Its time someone put high skilled legal immigrants over illegals!
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Adam Barsouk May 15
If true, Trump’s plan is what should look like— cut out the BS “lottery,” focus on skill, and take family/need into account. We need a system that works for US taxpayers, not the other way around!
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Jennifer Koerner May 15
I get why a background check for UBER didn’t flag him... no conviction. How did he get into the USA? Oh... through his “Somali wife” who was convicted of “naturalization fraud” in 2006. So WHY IS HE STILL HERE??
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Jesse Kelly May 16
You have standards for people you let in your home because you care about your home. Care enough about your country to have some standards for who you let in.
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Nicole Marie Story May 16
Spied this ridiculous sign just as our great President is giving of his immigration reform speech. All must now speak English and pass a civics exam!! Hooray!! 🥰
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S.S. Jaxon May 16
A toddler just died in U.S. Custody at the border due to legislation put in place BY REPUBLICANS and Republicans are arguing that fetuses have human rights? Logic isn’t even in their capacity anymore, much less empathy and grace.
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Liz Eckman May 16
What skills did Melania’s parents have?
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Allison Tomlinson May 16
tried to ban religious groups from this country and separated children from their families Some will never be reunited Should he talk about
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justanyone May 13
Start by indicting CEO and management at Tyson Foods, they regularly hire undocumented workers and yet face no serious penalty. Not fair to US workers. As long as it's easy to get illegal jobs, a stream of people will flow in to work them.
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andrea kaye 💣💥 ⭐⭐⭐ May 16
My idea of ; Close the door & lock it to all at this point. Arrest & deport anyone who tries to break in, whether they use a kid to pick the lock or not. Use resources to round up & deport all illegals including Then, start a merit based legal plan
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Timothy Fowler May 16
Baltimore's Nancy Pelosi doesn't like the word "merit". Makes sense. She got hers by being born into a prominent political family.
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The Epoch Times May 16
President Trump introduced his proposal for , outlining a package which would prioritize based on skill & merit. Immigrants will have to demonstrate financial self-sufficiency, be able to speak English, and pass a civics exam.
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