Donald Trump tightens tone towards migrants: “They’re not people, they’re animals”

Donald Trump tightens tone towards migrants: “They’re not people, they’re animals”
Donald Trump tightens tone towards migrants: “They’re not people, they’re animals”
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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump sharpened his tone toward migrants and his opponent, President Joe Biden, during a campaign speech in Michigan. He said Biden is causing a “carnage” with his immigration policies and called illegal migrants “animals.”

Trump is known for hate speech. During the current campaign, he is heavily criticizing migration policy, an important theme for Americans. He accused Joe Biden of causing an “invasion” of foreign criminals with his lax migration policy. They come out of prisons and “insane asylums” to attack and kill innocent people in the US.

“The Democrats say: please don’t call them animals, they are people. I say: no, they are not people, they are not people. They are animals,” he said. Under Joe Biden, every American state is a border state, and every American city is a border city, Trump said. “Because Joe Biden brought the carnage, chaos and killings from all over the world to us and dumped them right in our backyard.”

He added that he will stop “the looting, the rape, the killing and the destruction of America’s suburbs, cities and towns.” If re-elected on November 5, Trump will close the borders on day one. “And we will start the largest deportation operation in the history of our country,” he said. He also warned that the country “will cease to exist” if he is not elected.

The article is in Dutch

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