Trump: We Need a Final Solution to the Immigration Problem

NEW YORK, Ny. – Republican presidential candidate and billionaire entrepreneur Donald Trump touted the need for a “lasting resolution” to the country’s ongoing immigration problem during an appearance on Fox & Friends this morning.

“This country needs a comprehensive policy in place to halt illegal immigration and keep anyone who’s previously been deported from coming back,” Trump said. Touching on “Operation Wetback,” a controversial 1950’s deportation policy which Mr. Trump has voiced strong support for, the GOP’s leading candidate proposed a solution that he would “immediately” implement if elected.

Trump’s plan takes the “positive” aspects from a number of previous immigration policies dating back to the start of World War II, including the internment of Japanese Americans following the bombing of Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. In order to deport the estimated 11 million illegal immigrants living in the United States, “we need to have an established system in place. That means opening relocation centers in our border states,” Mr. Trump said.

“As president, I’ll issue an executive order -similar to Roosevelt’s Executive Order 9066, authorizing the armed forces to work in conjunction with our immigration services to better expedite the deportation of these individuals,” Trump said, adding that he plans to crate a new federal agency, based off the now-defunct War Relocation Authority, to handle the deportation process.

“Obviously we’ll have a system in place to determine who’s who,” Trump said, continuing, “whether or not they have ties to ISIS or another extremist group, or they’re involved in drug trafficking. At this point, under the current administration, we really don’t know who any of these people are.”

“Ideally we’ll have a seasoned deportation force operating these relocation centers. People familiar with this type of environment, familiar with border security, national security, threat assessment, that sort of thing,” Trump explained. “We’re talking military police, intelligence specialists, people who worked with the detainees at Guantanamo.”

Trump’s plan includes a “revolutionary” method for locating and tracking individuals who have been or are scheduled to be deported from the United States. “Specialists will implant a tiny radio-frequency identification (RFID) chip into the upper right arm of every individual who passes through one of these relocation centers,” Trump said, continuing, “This allows us to track their movements virtually anywhere in the world, in real-time.”

Apart from the economy, immigration is seen as one of the biggest issues facing the stability of the country. Presidential candidates on both sides of the spectrum have argued for stricter legislation regulating the flow of immigrants into the U.S., particularly those coming from the Middle East, who many Americans view as a looming threat due in part to Islamic extremism.

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6 Comments
  1. Listen if you’re really cared you would not be allowing all these Arabs Iranians and pangeo B to come into our country but America doesn’t care because it’s all about that magic Dollar pay your Visa fees and boy by a 7-Eleven and they are on the way to Freedom so cut the crap put them all in New York on John F Kennedy on a plane and send them back it’s that easy you know who the Arabs are you know who don’t belong in the United States stop crying and get to Steppin send them back to the camel-riding country where they’re used to living because they’re here for a reason and it isn’t 2 Shake any presidents hand and recite the pledge of Allegiance America makes them a citizen for a couple of dollars

  2. Elizabeth Mohsen, you sound like a moron. You just summed up an entire race and told it to go back to it’s”camel-riding” country. You are everything that is wrong with America, you and people like you, like Trump. We don’t turn our backs and put a filter on what race of human red bleeding beings just because a few of them went bad. You are clearly uneducated if you think people of every nation on earth and every religion and culture has both good and bad people. I have to believe there are more good people than bad or else what is the point of trying so hard? I have to believe there are less racist bigots than good, tolerant and kind hearted people. We have a duty to the future generations to do right and try to be selfless in the big picture of our humanity in this messed up world. My husband, btw, is Egyptian Arab, my three kids, half, so when you insult Arabs, you insult the people they are friends with, the people they are married to, or related to. It’s a bloody disgrace that people are still so ignorant.

  3. “You are clearly uneducated if you think people of every nation on earth and every religion and culture has both good and bad people”… Typo, “if you don’t think*

  4. I am totally against these chips. There is absolutely no reason to go to this extreme violation of a person’s body. And once they are out of this country we have no reason to follow them. Once you find an illegal immigrant they should be detained and sent out of the country. I do agree with setting a fine on all employers who hire illegal immigrants.

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