Former US President Donald Trump welcomed the US Congress's rejection of a draft law to reform the immigration system, and promised to end mass deportations of immigrants if re-elected as President of the United States.
Trump's welcome comes after the US Senate yesterday, Saturday, rejected a draft to reform the immigration system in the United States, despite months of difficult negotiations regarding its approval.
Reports indicate that Trump used his influence with Republican members of Congress to obstruct the draft resolution, thus impeding US President Joe Biden, who is likely to face him in the presidential elections next November. Denied the opportunity to win on the issue.
“Let's not forget that this week we also won a big victory that all conservatives should celebrate. We crushed Joe Biden's disastrous project,” Trump said yesterday, Saturday, during an election rally in South Carolina. “
Trump praised the performance of Republican members of Congress and their role in blocking passage of the bill, saying, “The whole group did an amazing job in Congress. We crushed it.”
Trump emphasized that deporting immigrants would be his top priority if elected President of the United States, saying, “From day one, I will end all open border policies of the Biden administration, and we “Will launch the largest national deportation campaign ever.” History of the United States. We have no other option.”
The former president built his popularity on his first presidential campaign in 2016, which brought him to the White House through a promise to fight immigration and build a wall between the United States and Mexico to limit the flow of immigrants into the U.S. .
The former president is fighting to win the Republican Party's nomination for president, and expectations indicate that he will be the most likely candidate to win the party's nomination, despite facing trial on four criminal counts ranging from obtaining top-secret documents to Are potential candidates. Trying to overturn the results of the last election, during which he lost to Democrat Joe Biden.