Trump weighs in on French riots, warns that America must ‘redouble efforts’ to ensure immigrants share U.S. values

by Summer Lane

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President Trump weighed in on the tumultuous riots that have been going on in France over the past few weeks, noting that the upheaval overseas was due largely in part to the unvetted immigration system that has been allowed to run rampant by President Macron.

“…As the horrific riots in France continue, we must also redouble our efforts to ensure that anyone who comes to America shares our values and assimilates into our culture,” Trump warned an audience in Council Bluffs, Iowa, on Friday.

“We don’t want people coming into our country who hate us, we want people who LOVE us,” Trump declared, highlighting his “common sense” approach to legal immigration policy.

Trump additionally questioned why anyone would want an open border. “WHO THE HELL WANTS AN OPEN BORDER?” he decried.

He said that the unfettered illegal immigration coming over America’s southern border was “a killer for us” and that Americans would “be seeing it [the effects of it] for years to come and that’s why we’re going to get them all out – we’re going to GET THEM OUT.”

Trump was referring here to his previously pitched plan to implement a massive, nationwide deportation operation if he is reelected in 2024.

Trump also promised to bring back a travel ban on countries sending terrorists into the United States.

“When I return to office the travel ban is coming back,” he pledged, saying that it would be “STRONGER” than before.

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