Trump Vows to Implement ‘Largest Deportation Effort in the History of Our Country’ if Reelected

Former President and 2024 Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump speaks during a town hall in Des Moines, Iowa, on Jan. 10, 2024. (Kamil Krzaczynski/AFP via Getty Images)
Published January 11, 2024

‘Did you see in New York City where they are getting the regular students out and they are putting migrants in their place?’


Former President Donald Trump vowed to implement significant deportation measures to target illegal immigrants if reelected in November.

“We are going to have the largest deportation effort in the history of our country,” President Trump said, “We are bringing everybody back to where they came from. We have no choice.”

The former president made the comment during his Fox News town hall on Jan. 10 when asked how he would return millions of illegal immigrants to their country of origin.

The 45th president, a leading candidate for GOP presidential nomination, noted that having millions of illegal immigrants “is not sustainable for” the United States.

“Did you see in New York City where they are getting the regular students out and they are putting migrants in their place?” the former president said, referring to a recent incident in New York City where students were forced to use remote learning as their high school sheltered illegal immigrants.

During the town hall, the former president criticized the Biden Administration for the “chaos at the border” and pledged to “finish the wall” at the southern border, saying, “We have the worst border in history.”

The ongoing border crisis deepens with the number of non-detained illegal immigrants crossing over reaching a historical high of over 6 million, according to a new report from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

Last month, during his campaign rally in Durham, New Hampshire, President Trump told his supporters that illegal immigrants were “poisoning the blood of our country” as they were “pouring into” the United States from “all over the world.”

In an interview with conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt on Dec. 22, President Trump said illegal immigrants are “destroying our country.” During the interview, he repeatedly raised the issue of illegal immigration, saying: “We have prisoners coming in. We have mental patients coming in by the thousands. Really, by the millions, because you take a look, I believe that number will be 15 million people. Maybe more than that” by the time President Joe Biden leaves office.

Hard Stance on Illegal Immigration

Last week, in an op-ed published in the Des Moines Register, the former president promised to take a hard stance on illegal immigrants.

“On my first day back in office, I will terminate every open borders policy of the Biden administration and immediately restore the full set of strong Trump border policies,” he said.

“Then, we will begin a record-setting deportation operation. Joe Biden has given us no choice. The millions of illegal aliens who have invaded under Biden require a record number of removals. This is just common sense,” the 45th president added.

President Trump also said that he would deploy local and federal resources to implement deportation measures. “To achieve this goal, I will make clear to every department and to state and local governments that we must use all resources and authorities available. We will shift massive portions of federal law enforcement to immigration enforcement,” he said.



RELATED: ‘We Have No Choice’: Trump Reiterates Pledge to Carry Out ‘Largest Deportation’ Operation in US History

Published January 11, 2024

During his town hall event on Wednesday with Fox News, former President Donald Trump reiterated his pledged to deport illegal border crossers if elected.

“You’ve said you can take care of the border in 24 hours after taking office. How will you gather the several millions that have already entered our country illegally and return them to their country of origin?” asked one audience member.

“It’s not sustainable for our country,” Trump replied. “We have millions and millions of people here. It is not sustainable. Did you see in New York City, where they’re getting the regular students out and they’re putting migrants in their place? We are going to have the largest deportation effort in the history of our country, we’re bringing everybody back where they came from. We have no choice. We have no choice.”

The former president was referencing how students at the James Madison High School in Brooklyn were forced into a remote learning situation this week as a massive storm with heavy rains and strong winds moved through New York. The school was notified by city officials that they would need to transform the building into “a temporary overnight respite center” for the nearly 2,000 illegal immigrants being housed in a nearby tent facility over concerns about the structure’s integrity in the storm.



RELATED: Trump’s vows to deport millions are undercut by his White House record and one family’s story

Trump’s vows to deport millions are undercut by his White House record and one family’s story
Published January 2, 2024

In summer 1954, the Eisenhower administration launched a military-style effort to remove Mexican immigrants who were in the country illegally

Trump’s vows to deport millions are undercut by his White House record and one family’s storyBy ADRIANA GOMEZ LICONAssociated PressThe Associated Press

Noelia Sanchez was born in the rolling farmlands of southwest Missouri, where her Mexican parents worked as seasonal farmworkers in the 1950s.

When she was 1, Noelia and her mother, Aurora, who had no work documents, were rounded up with dozens of other immigrants in a Texas town near the border. The U.S.-born child and her mother were forced to go to Mexico along with hundreds of thousands of other people.

Their deportations were part of a U.S. government effort that was known in official papers and the media as “Operation Wetback.” The term “wetback,” which was used to describe Mexicans who swam or waded across the Rio Grande, is considered a racial slur.

Donald Trump has lauded the Eisenhower-era raids without using their name since he first ran for president and is now promising voters he would begin the largest domestic deportation operation in American history, exceeding the 1950s. He has escalated his verbal attacks on immigrants as he seeks a second term, telling supporters twice in recent weeks that immigrants were “poisoning the blood of our country.”

People affected by “Operation Wetback” and historians on immigration argue Trump is using fragments of history and rhetoric for political reasons while discounting his own administration’s failures to carry out mass deportations, even as it separated families at the U.S.-Mexico border and enacted sweeping restrictions on asylum.

“Families were divided by misapplied immigration policies and discriminatory immigration policies specifically geared toward indigenous people, Mexican Americans, Latinos,” said Joaquin Sanchez, Noelia’s son, who is now an immigration attorney in Chicago. “These are the types of policies that my family has witnessed for generations.”

“Operation Wetback” coincided with a guest worker program that provided legal status to hundreds of thousands of largely Mexican farm workers. Noelia Sanchez, who was born in Missouri, and her mother were able to get their papers in about a year and return to settle in Chicago.





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