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Trump’s Bold Promise: Military to Deport Illegal Migrants!

Former President Donald Trump has outlined a robust strategy to tackle the escalating migrant crisis if reelected, including the use of National Guard or other military troops for mass deportations of illegal migrants. In an exclusive interview with Time magazine, Trump expressed his willingness to build migrant detention camps, resume border wall construction, and reinstate policies like “Remain in Mexico” and Title 42 to address the surge in border crossings under President Joe Biden.

Trump’s plan is grounded in addressing the significant influx of fentanyl and child trafficking, using these as justifications for emergency measures such as “Remain in Mexico” and Title 42 expulsions. He also intends to allocate military budget funds for the border wall without congressional approval, prioritizing national security in his immigration strategy.

The cornerstone of Trump’s proposal is the mass deportation of over 11 million undocumented migrants, a task he envisions primarily delegating to the National Guard. Trump emphasized his readiness to utilize other military branches if necessary, highlighting the gravity of the situation and the need for decisive action.

Regarding concerns about the Posse Comitatus Act, which restricts military involvement in civilian affairs, Trump dismissed its application, arguing that undocumented migrants do not fall under the category of civilians. He also mentioned enlisting local police support and tying funding to cooperation, signaling a multi-pronged approach to enforcement.

Former ICE acting head Tom Homan, a Trump adviser, echoed the need for stringent deportation measures, asserting that no one should be exempt from enforcement. This stance aligns with Trump’s broader strategy to secure the border and address immigration challenges comprehensively.

In addition to immigration reforms, Trump is eyeing legislative initiatives such as an extension of his 2017 tax cuts, setting the stage for a policy-focused agenda in a potential second term. As Trump and Biden gear up for a likely rematch in the upcoming presidential election, recent polls indicate a significant level of support for Trump’s approach to immigration and other key issues, shaping the political landscape leading to the November contest.

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