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Donald Trump Is Obsessed with an Immigration Crisis That's Already Over

Washington Examiner
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September 17, 2015
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And the biggest FAIL of CNN Republican debate goes to... (The Young Turks)

Donald Trump had a relatively poor performance in Wednesday night's CNN debate. But one of his stronger moments - at least from the point of view of his supporters - came when the topic of immigration arose.

"We're going to have a country again," he said in defending his ambitious (and probably unfeasible) plan to build a wall along the entire Mexican border and deport 11 million illegal immigrants. Each time Trump, who is number one in the Washington Examiner's presidential power rankings, describes how hordes of foreigners are overrunning and destroying the country, he speaks to what many perceive as a major and underappreciated threat facing America.

But in reality, the problem over which Trump obsesses now ran its course long ago. Mass immigration was last decade's big problem in the U.S., not today's. It's not just that immigration levels are lower today than they were in previous periods of greater peace and economic growth, such as the turn of the Twentieth Century. It's also that mass illegal immigration just isn't happening anymore, the recent influx of child migrants notwithstanding.

As the Pew Research Center has illustrated with data, illegal immigrants are also leaving the U.S. since 2007 faster than have been coming in. And there are fewer illegal Mexican immigrants in the United States today than there were in 2005.

Read the rest at Washington Examiner

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