Like other Republican candidates, Trump said he would repeal President Barack Obama’s signature healthcare law, but did not say what he would replace Obamacare with. Trump made it work, thanks to unabashed love of glitz and glamour – and some good timing.
“The reason I like Trump is because he is not a politician”. As recently as this morning, this issue is being covered on all the network and cable news programs. NBC reporter Kacie Hunt asked Bush if he felt the term was offensive.
“I’d like to have the election tomorrow”, he said.
Peebles calls Trump a “pioneer”, praising his move into a almost risk-free business.
“Do you think the term anchor baby is offensive?”
In a rousing speech, Donald Trump weighed in against foreigners, both those who immigrate to the United States and those who trade with the country.
As the presidential primary debate turns to birthright citizenship, it’s no longer just undocumented immigrants who are being targeted by incendiary Republican rhetoric – increasingly, it’s registered voters, too.
But they, and some candidates like Senator Ted Cruz and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, are treading carefully, hesitant to antagonize a political barbarian at the gates.
Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson was third at 8 per cent. “There are many countries in the world… that and don’t allow that to occur”. He gleefully poked fun at his Republican rival Jeb Bush, U.S. Ambassador to Japan Carolyn Kennedy – and at one point, his own hair.
News 5 is told organizers are exploring back-up plans in the event that the rally is rained-out. “I’ll never eat them again”.
The only problem is that the evidence has shown time and time again that illegal immigration isn’t what’s turning Hispanic voters off to the GOP.
White said, it doesn’t matter where he has to travel, he’s willing to pack up his camper and hit the road driving as far as California if that is where Trump needs his services.
But the amendment passed, without any provision limiting those to whom it applied apart from diplomats and children born to an occupying enemy – those not “subject to the jurisdiction thereof”.
Native Americans were the other group denied birthright citizenship, because they were regarded by treaty as members of sovereign nations, a status that did not change until 1924. Prior to the Declaration of Independence, and afterwards, any person born in one of the colonies or states was considered to be a citizen.
Trump’s immigration platform, if enacted, would balloon the deficit and tank the U.S. economy – and still fail to achieve its objective. A judge ruled the same way regarding the son of Chinese immigrants in San Francisco in the early 1900s. The 14th Amendment was passed to overrule that bad and racist decision.
Mr Bush won about 29 per cent of respondents, and Mr Carson 25 per cent.