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Politics Trump tweets that legal process for immigrants 'is not the way to go': What we know now

16:31  25 june  2018
16:31  25 june  2018 Source:   usatoday.com

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President Donald Trump doubled down Monday on his weekend tweet suggesting that undocumented immigrants be sent home without a hearing if "Hiring many thousands of judges, and going through a long and complicated legal process , is not the way to go - will always be disfunctional," Trump

Trump says in a series of typo-filled tweets that , "Hiring manythousands of judges, and going through a long and complicated legal process , is not the way to go - will always be disfunctional." Trump says that people trying to gain entry "must simply be stopped at the Border and told they cannot come into

President Donald Trump doubled down Monday on his weekend tweet suggesting that undocumented immigrants be sent home with a hearing if they entered without passing through a legal port of entry.

Trump tweeted Monday that people "simply must be stopped at the border" and told they cannot come into the country illegally.

"Hiring many thousands of judges, and going through a long and complicated legal process, is not the way to go - will always be disfunctional," Trump tweeted.

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Reading from notes, Trump listed nearly a dozen examples of immigrants , refugees or students who came to But if we keep going the way it is, our whole country is becoming different." There are so many that we don't know about. You're going to have problems like you've never seen," Trump said.

That wall that Donald Trump wants to build, you know , it’s putting a wall in front of me where I won’t be able to move forward. You are not just taking something Both he and Mr. Trump said the onus was now on lawmakers to protect the young immigrants as part of a broader overhaul of the immigration

U.S. President Donald Trump speaks at the Nevada Republican Party Convention in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S., June 23, 2018.© REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque U.S. President Donald Trump speaks at the Nevada Republican Party Convention in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S., June 23, 2018. Trump drew outrage after his tweet Sunday that "when somebody comes in, we must immediately, with no Judges or Court Cases, bring them back from where they came." Omar Jadwat, director of the ACLU’s Immigrants’ Rights Project said Trump's plan is illegal and unconstitutional.

"Any official who has sworn an oath to uphold the Constitution and laws should disavow it unequivocally," Jadwat said.

Nihad Awad, executive director of the Council on American Islamic Relations, called Trump's tweet an "affront to our values" and said all Americans should be outraged.

"This clear call for an end to the constitutionally-guaranteed right to due process is symptomatic of an administration that disdains both the Constitution and our judicial system," Awad said, adding that such dismissal of due process "would subject those who cross our borders to the whims of unaccountable officials acting on the twisted logic of white supremacy and racism."

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WASHINGTON — President Trump said on Twitter this weekend that undocumented immigrants were invaders who “must immediately, with no Judges or Court Cases,” be sent home. Mr. Trump ’s comments prompted criticism that he wanted the United States to strip immigrants and asylum

Untangling the conflicting portraits of undocumented immigrants . The Trump administration has said it will continue to prioritize deporting those with serious criminal records, but That is the way you get a job.” Overstayed Their Visas. Some people endure long journeys by foot, train, boat and While they wait, a process that can take years to conclude, they are often released to move freely into the country.

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Trump also took a shot at the difference in the media coverage of his policies and "the same immigration policies" of the Obama Administration.

"Actually, we have done a far better job in that our facilities are cleaner and better run than were the facilities under Obama," Trump tweeted. "Fake News is working overtime!"

Human rights group demands answers

The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, representing more than 30 nations, has formally demanded details about the Trump administration’s separation of undocumented immigrant families and the reunification process. The demand for answers "represents a key first step towards rendering a decision that could lead to stopping the Trump administration’s inhumane and illegal practices,” Efrén C. Olivares of the Texas Civil Rights Project said Sunday. Last month, the Texas Civil Rights Project and other groups filed an emergency request with the commission on behalf of parents systematically separated from their children at the United States-Mexico border.

DNA testing being done on separated migrant children and parents, official says .
DNA testing is being conducted as part of the process to reunite children who were separated from their parents at the border, a federal official with knowledge of the reunifications told CNN. "The safety and security is paramount and that it is not uncommon for children to be trafficked or smuggled by those claiming to be parents. To our knowledge this is a cheek swab and is being done to expedite parental verification and ensuring reunification with verified parents due to child welfare concerns," the official said.

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