President Trump’s Policies to Follow the Law
The theme of President Donald Trump’s policies, including illegal immigration and the DACA program is following the law
Dr. Sebastian Gorka said Monday on TV that President Trump is thinking about 2 things, America’s sovereignty, and the rule of law.
“Very few people understand what undergoes the Trump administration’s and the Trump campaign’s polices, whether it’s on trade, immigration, ISIS, you name it,” said Dr. Gorka, who resigned last week as a deputy adviser to the President.
“The thing that undergoes all of them is America’s sovereignty and rule of law.
“The idea that there are people like me, who have to wait in line for several years to become legal immigrants to the United States, and there are some that simply can flout the laws and be given amnesty as they were under the last administration. That is wrong.
“We are a nation of laws. We are a nation of rule of law and as such, and nobody gets a break and as a result, DACA is important, and I do hope the president makes the right decision.”
When Dr. Gorka was asked if he believes President Trump will end DACA, otherwise known as the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, he was blunt.
“My expectation is given everything he has done in the last 7 months he will end it,” he said.
Dr. Gorka was also asked about the growing crisis on the Korean Peninsula.
“The President has been very clear, no options are off the table, The ball was in NKorean leader Kim Jong Un’s court. They refused to deescalate, and that is bad news for the region,” he said.
NKorea continues to test both its ICBM and nuclear programs.
US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley said Monday the reclusive nation is “begging for war” as it continues to ignore strong warnings from the international community.
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