Trump aims to eliminate welfare for illegal immigrants and prosecute organizations funding migrant caravans

by Summer Lane

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President Donald Trump lowered the boom on those who are receiving welfare support after immigrating into the country illegally, vowing to work with Congress as president again to outlaw such payments.

During remarks delivered at the Florida Freedom Summit in Kissimmee, he also promised to prosecute “any radical left charity, non-profit” and beyond for funding the caravans that are bringing overwhelming numbers of illegal immigrants over the border. He pledged to prosecute them for “their participation” in human trafficking and smuggling, which has risen exponentially under the Biden administration.

President Trump further said that he would end birthright citizenship, which guarantees citizenship to those born on U.S. soil – a legal loophole that has been deeply exploited by illegal immigrants pouring across the border.

“There’s NO other country that does this stupid stuff,” Trump said, drawing chuckles of agreement from the crowd in Kissimmee.

“I’ll end the child trafficking crisis by returning all trafficked children to their home countries,” he continued.

In addition to the measures that he discussed on Saturday, Trump added that he would invoke the Alien Enemies Act to remove violent illegal aliens from the country, effectively “ending the scourge of illegal alien gang violence.”

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