“Recently, the Trump campaign released its first official position paper, a three-prolonged plan to combat illegal immigration and reform the illegal immigration system should he make it to the White House. Trump reiterated his intention to build a wall across the southern border and to have Mexico pay for that wall – a consistent refrain in interviews and stump speeches.
““For many years, Mexico’s leaders have been taking advantage of the United States by using illegal immigration to export the crime and poverty in their own country (as well as in other Latin American countries),” the paper reads. “In short, the Mexican government has taken the United States to the cleaners. They are responsible for this problem and they must help pay to clean it up.”
However, in accordance with his well-known temper, the real estate mogul didn’t stop there. He recently suggested that the illegal immigrants who came from Mexico are “just the beginning.” According to a recent interview, Trump plans to use the deportation of Mexicans as a “trial run” that aims to show the “difficulties in logistics and other aspects” of the endeavor, so that they may be eliminated and thus, “pave the way for a general deportation of all immigrants” who ever came to the United States.
“For example, I’ve had my eye on Kenyans for a while now,” the billionaire stated. “The whole thing started back in the 17th century, which makes me believe that there’s more to that challenge than meets the eye. ‘Kenyan Americans,’ as they call themselves, have been here for a while now, and there are bound to be some difficulties with the whole deportation process. But, I wouldn’t be who I am if didn’t love a good challenge,” Trump told Newslo.
Just like with Mexico, the media magnate also said he will make Kenya pay for the costs of deportation: “It’s really no different than Mexico, just like no other deportation will deviate significantly from this model, which I would like to call ‘Trump’s final solution.’ I promise Americans that I will make the Kenyan government pay for the deportation of every descendant of every Kenyan who today resides in the United States, regardless of how they came to be here.”
When asked whether his previous statement about the deportation of the descendants of Kenyans would include President of the United States Barack Obama, whose father is Kenyan, Trump replied: “Naturally. There will be no exceptions. Especially so, since the situation in which America is today is largely his fault. When he’s deported, the long road to recovery will finally be able open for us.”