Trump Says He Will Begin Deporting Millions of Illegal Aliens Next Week

The president took to Twitter last night and casually mentioned that ICE would "begin the process of removing" millions of illegal aliens starting next week.

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Next week ICE will begin the process of removing the millions of illegal aliens who have illicitly found their way into the United States. They will be removed as fast as they come in. Mexico, using their strong immigration laws, is doing a very good job of stopping people.......

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Before the left gets its nose out of joint and the right swoons with ecstasy, two things should be kept in mind:

There are no funds allocated -- or likely to be allocated -- by Congress for such a massive effort

Besides 7-year-old kids, does anyone believe anything Donald Trump says anymore?

His cabinet certainly doesn't.

Fox News:

Mark Morgan, the director of the agency, did not announce any new initiatives during his stop in Louisville on Sunday, where he spoke about the humanitarian and national security crisis at the border.

ICE did not immediately respond to an email from Fox News for comment.

An administration official said that the new effort would focus on the more than 1 million people who have been issued final deportation orders by federal judges but remain at large in the country.

“Countless illegal aliens not only violate our borders but then break the law all over again by skipping their court hearings and absconding from federal proceedings. These runaway aliens lodge phony asylum claims only to be no-shows at court and are ordered removed in absentia,” the official said. “... These judicial removal orders were secured at great time and expense, and yet illegal aliens not only refuse to appear in court, they often obtain fraudulent identities, collect federal welfare, and illegally work in the United States. Enforcing these final

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Kamala Harris My Justice Department Will Indict Trump

Okay—well, remember when it was unseemly for one to suggest locking up your political enemies? Yeah, that was thrown out there because Donald Trump threatened to do that during the 2016 election. So, out goes “lock her up.” 

“Lock him up” is the new Democratic war cry at least for one 2020 candidate. Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) is promising to use the Justice Department to indict Donald Trump should she win the Democratic nomination and the general election next year. If you thought Obama’s politicization of the DOJ, which led to the alleged FISA abuses and Spygate fiasco, was bad—this will be Chernobyl –level damage to the institution. It’s funny. Again, for all the talk about how Trump is ruining institutions, staining them—they’re the ones that are actually doing the most damage from within (via NPR):

California Sen. Kamala Harris says that if she's elected president, her administration's Department of Justice would likely pursue criminal obstruction of justice charges against a former President Donald Trump.

"I believe that they would have no choice and that they should, yes," Harris told the NPR Politics Podcast, pointing to the 10 instances of possible obstruction that former special counsel Robert Mueller's report detailed without making a determination as to whether the episodes amounted to criminal conduct.

"There has to be accountability," Harris added. "I mean look, people might, you know, question why I became a prosecutor. Well, I'll tell you one of the reasons — I believe there should be accountability. Everyone should be held accountable, and the president is not above the law." 

Belief is not evidence. Sorry, there wasn’t enough to bring formal charges against President Trump on obstruction over the two-year Russian collusion witch-hunt that turned out to be a pure myth. There was no Russian collusion. The report by Special Counsel Robert Mueller torpedoed that narrative. It exposed it as a liberal lie that was fanned for two years. This was the Left’s best hope to make an impeachment case. It’s now dead. But after two years of propping this trash up, liberals have no choice but to double down. Harris’ promise to charge Trump shows, which we all knew, that the Mueller investigation

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Republican Group Urges Congress To Act Against Trump In Stunning New Ad

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A GOP organization accuses the president of violating his oath and says “the remedy” is for Congress to act.

A Republican group has created a TV ad that urges House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and the rest of Congress to act against President Donald Trump. 

Former Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol tweeted the footage on Thursday  from Republicans for the Rule of Law, an organization in which he is a director:

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This ad from Republicans for the Rule of Law airs tomorrow. Our elected officials all take an oath to defend the Constitution. It may be hopeless to ask the president to honor his. But Congress?

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The ad’s release comes days after Trump said in an interview with ABC News that he would accept dirt on his political opponents from foreign 

The Republicans for the Rule of Law spot doesn’t call for a specific action other than to “protect our elections.” However, in a statement earlier this week, the organization said the government must protect its citizens from foreign threats.

“If the president shirks his responsibility with one eye on his personal gain, Congress needs to use its full powers ― investigative and legislative ― to protect the country,” the organization said. 

Also on Thursday, Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) tried to pass a bill via unanimous consent that would require political campaigns to report offers of foreign assistance to the FBI. The bill failed when Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) objected.

Kristol did not say where the ad would run, but at least some previous spots from the organization have aired on Fox News. 



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He Cant Help Himself Joe Biden Plagiarizes Disgraced Michael Avenatti During Iowa Speech

Joe Biden just can't seem to help himself when it comes to inappropriately quoting other people. First it was in law school, then it was his first presidential campaign. Most recently, his campaign plagiarized portions of his new climate platform. But, Tuesday during his campaign stop in Iowa, Biden was once again demonstrated his lack of originality.

Former Vice President Joe Biden was applauded Tuesday by Democrats in Iowa when he slammed President Trump with his own twist on the president’s famous campaign slogan.

“He says, ‘let's make America great again,’” Biden said of Trump in Ottumwa. “Let's make America America again.”

Turns out, that’s not the first time voters have heard that line: Michael Avenatti, the anti-Trump lawyer who briefly promoted a possible Democratic presidential run of his own this year before being indicted on multiple charges, repeatedly used that same slogan in public remarks as he pushed back against Trump.

Avenatti most recently used the line – in endorsing Biden for president in April.

“I am extremely happy that @JoeBiden has decided to enter the race,” Avenatti tweeted at the time. “He offers Dems the very best chance in 2020, especially in key states. He has the fight, intelligence and fortitude to beat Trump and begin to make America, America again. He has my enthusiastic support."

He also used the line during a 2018 BBC interview, prompting Newsweek to ask in a headline if the “make America America again” line would be Avenatti’s campaign slogan.

"I'm here to send a loud and clear message that there are millions of Americans that want to make America America again," Avenatti said last year in London.

Avenatti also tweeted the line in 2018, saying, “We must fight fire with fire and we must send a message that we will fight to make America America again.”

And Avenatti used it as the closing line in his speech at the Iowa Wing Day dinner in August 2018, saying, “above all else, we will make America America again.”

The line does not appear to be included of the prepared remarks leaked to The Hill Tuesday mor

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