- President Donald Trump has now twice advocated bypassing immigrants’ and asylum-seekers’ due-process rights that have been long established in the US legal system.
- The US Constitution and Supreme Court decisions set the framework of these rights, afforded to anyone on US soil.
President Donald Trump has now twice advocated to strip immigrants and asylum-seekers of their due-process rights that have been long established in the US legal system.
Trump, first in a tweet on Sunday, then at a rally on Monday, said the US should send those who “invade our Country” away without affording them their previously established right to access “Judges or Court Cases” after they arrive at the US-Mexico border.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
- Behind the scenes, Republicans are fuming over Trump’s indecisiveness on immigration
- The Supreme Court just upheld Trump’s travel ban
- Texas landowners on the border say they see immigrants crossing their property almost every day, and they still feel safe