by Brian Hayes | Top Right News
Speaking at a rally in Nashville, Tennessee, GOP candidate for president Donald Trump roused the crowd with charges that the Obama government in Washington D.C. treats illegal aliens better than it treats our own military veterans.
And then he asked a simple question that is enraging immigration activists.
Trump spoke to the gathering of the National Federation of Republican Assemblies.
Speaking in Nashville at a National Federation of Republican Assemblies event, Trump said that “illegal immigrants, in many cases–not in all cases, but in many cases–are treated better than our veterans, who are the greatest people we have.” Trump spoke about some of the horrors veterans have had to face in accessing basic medical care and services and vowed that veterans would be treated like first-class citizens under a Trump administration.
After mentioning that illegal immigrants and DREAMers were protesting outside of the event, Trump asked, “What about our children?… Why can’t our children that are in the country… Why can’t they be the dreamers?”
Trump added, “nobody ever talks about them… we talk about the DREAMERs… we talk about the illegal immigrants, who, by the way, are treated better than the vets.”
I don’t think I’ve ever heard a politician in either party ask that question. All we ever hear Hillary — or Jeb m– talk about are the “Dreamers.” Why can’t we put our citizen children first, instead of illegal alien children?
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