It’s official. President Trump has just signed yet another executive order to protect our national security.
According to the Daily Mail, President Trump has just signed an executive order suspending all immigration into this country amid the Coronavirus outbreak.
‘In order to protect our great American workers, I’ve just signed an executive order temporarily suspending immigration into the United States,’ the president said during the daily Coronavirus Task Force briefing at the White House earlier.
Trump then continued to explain the importance of his order:
“This will ensure that unemployed Americans of all backgrounds will be first in line for jobs as our economy reopens.”
But don’t worry, Trump’s order does still allow people to become citizens if they are contributing to our country.
Trump has made exemptions for people who intend to work as physicians and nurses, wealthy foreign investors, and the spouses and minor children of American citizens.
Only the best will be allowed into the United States. Just as it should be.
There’s an extremely good chance that Trump might make the changes permanent. Ever since 2015, he has long promised that he would work hard to ensure that only “qualified” immigrants are granted citizenship into this country.
As a result, a lot of people are speculating that Trump might try to make this deal long-term.
According to the writers over at the Daily Mail:
“Experts say that, if the order is made permanent, it would also satisfy Trump’s long-stalled push to end chain migration.”
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