Donald Trump: Exec Amnesty Will Make Illegal Immigration ‘Worse than It’s Ever Been’ 

AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall
AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall

On Friday, Donald Trump said that President Barack Obama’s executive amnesty will make illegal immigration even worse than it has ever been and needs to be knocked out.

“Our President broke the law when he did what he did [on executive amnesty],” Trump said at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). “And you’re going to have to take a tremendously strong action or you’re going to have people just flowing into this country worse than it’s ever been.”

Tump said that illegal immigrants, including those who may have ties to terrorist organizations, are “coming in now by the thousands and it’s only going to get worse.”

“So the Republicans have to toughen up,” he said.

Regarding Obama’s executive amnesty, Trump said he would “knock it out and knock it out fast” if he were president.

“We need strong borders,” he said. “We need a wall.”

Trump said that he is the “king of building buildings” and the “king of building walls” and “nobody can build them like Trump.”

Trump, who declared that Jeb Bush can’t win the presidency because of his views on Common Core and amnesty, said there is a “75%-80%” chance that Trump would enter the 2016 contest.

He blasted Obama for “playing games” on foreign policy and said Obama is “either incompetent, which I think he could be, or he has is own agenda, which I know he does.” Trump said “nobody would be tougher” on ISIS than he would if he were president.

“I would hit them so hard and so fast that they wouldn’t know what happened,” Trump said.

He told the audience that, “you’re my kind of people.”

“You’re conservative. You work. You love the country,” Trump said. “It’s very simple.”


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