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DACA Illegal Aliens Surged Hispanic Vote, Flipping GOP Counties Blue

Illegal aliens enrolled and eligible for President Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program helped surge the Hispanic vote in the midterm elections, which resulted in historically GOP counties turning blue for Democrats. A study by the Latino Policy & Politics Initiative reveals that the country’s Washington, D.C.-imposed policy of mass illegal and legal immigration — whereby more than 1.5 million foreign nationals are admitted every year — has aided in not only demographically shifting the American electorate but also turning once-Republican counties across the country over to Democrats.…

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Poll: Immigration Remains Most Important Issue for Trump Voters, Conservatives

Immigration continues to be the most important issue for supporters of President Trump, Republican voters, and conservatives, a new poll reveals. The latest monthly Harvest/Harris Poll finds that for the nearly entire year of 2018, immigration has been the biggest priority to Trump supporters and conservatives. About 57 percent of conservatives and 55 percent of Trump supporters said immigration is the number one issue facing the nation. Likewise, Republican voters — about 52 percent — say immigration is their most important issue, while all U.S. voters say healthcare and immigration are their…

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Flashback: Five Times Critics Mocked Trump over Migrant Caravan

Democrats and other critics mocked President Donald Trump after he activated U.S. troops in late October to help reinforce the southwest border after concerns that thousands of Central American migrants moving in caravans towards the United States would try to illegally rush across. They accused Trump of hyping the threat as recently as early November, claiming that the migrants were hundreds of miles away and that only a fraction of the caravan would make it to the border. However, only two weeks later, the first of thousands of migrants arrived…

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