Donald Trump: No state dinner — only Big Mac — for China’s president

The first thing Trump brought up was his stance on illegal immigration. Under the law, all people are guaranteed the same protections.


Given a chance to respond to Trump Sunday on “This Week”, Walker accused the real estate mogul of making the same arguments Democrats in Wisconsin have in recent years.

On the television network news talk shows, the GOP hopefuls said enforcing US immigration laws would resolve the problem without having to go through what they see as an impractical effort to end it with a constitutional amendment, the Associated Press reported.

After host John Dickerson suggested Clinton’s response to questions about email were similar to Christie’s answers about the bridge scandal, Christie said: “Yeah, except that I’m telling the truth”. That he wasn’t above the law, and then he went out and changed the law by his actions. “Rather than honoring Chinese President Xi Jinping with an official state visit next month, President Obama should focus on holding China accountable over its increasing attempts to undermine U.S. interests”, Walker said in a statement.

In January, Florida Senator and fellow Republican candidate Marco Rubio won the support of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg after he proposed The Immigration Innovation Act, a bill which if it came into law would triple the number of H-1Bs available to 195,000 per year. Obviously we are talking here about persons “born … in the United States“.

Indeed, the odds of repealing the amendment’s citizenship clause would be steep, requiring the votes of two-thirds of both houses of Congress and support from three-fourths of the nation’s state legislatures. “They’re not going to work now”, he said. He recently told CNN, he thought the subject was too controversial.

How does the Hispanic-American community feel about the Republican’s negative rant about this issue? He is also the editor of the book series “Citizenship and Migration in the Americas”. Yet, the candidates claim their citizenship is not legal.

They may prove to be right.

Certainly, those voters will not be voting Republican in 2016. The upcoming election could be a repeat of Mitt Romey’s loss to President Obama in 2012. Following Mitt Romney’s unfortunate language about “self-deportation”, which likely contributed to his defeat, party strategists were especially concerned that the GOP find a way to reach out to Latinos, the fastest-growing voting bloc. “I feel your pain, I’m just as frustrated”, Walker said. When a candidate calls ending birthright citizenship a “red flag”, it gives the impression he’s more in touch with billionaire crony capitalists than voters.


Trump and the other Republicans keep spewing their hate speech and vitriol about “anchor babies” and “birthright citizenship“, in an act copied from our violent and racist xenophobic history against African Americans, Chinese, Irish and Italian immigrants to name a few and used very effectively by Hitler against the “other“.

Republican presidential candidate Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker speaks to the media after a tour of the Carotek Inc. plant in Matthews N.C. Monday Aug. 24 2015