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Despite Trump's Rhetoric, 'We are not planning on erecting a deportation force' : Says Ryan

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posted on Nov, 13 2016 @ 03:23 PM
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Ryan said that they will not form a deportation force to deport undocumented immigrants. Ryan added his main concern is securing the border.

Trump said he is willing to use a fence in some areas, and Trump wants gang members and criminals that are here illegal out first. Maybe 2-3 million.

Ryan also said he wants to keep what works with Obama care and that is what Trumps seems to be saying as well.

Is Ryan going to play nice with Trump? Ryan also deflected tariff questions another possible point of friction between the 2.

Is Trump going to be able to bend to get things done, I wonder how they are going to get 2-3 million illegals out of the country?



House Speaker Paul Ryan said Sunday despite Donald Trump's campaign rhetoric, lawmakers are not prepared to form a deportation force to round-up and deport undocumented immigrants.
"We are not planning on erecting a deportation force. Donald Trump's not planning on that," Ryan told CNN's Jake Tapper on "State of the Union."

"I think we should put people's minds at ease: That is not what our focus is. That is not what we're focused on. We're focused on securing the border. We think that's first and foremost, before we get into any other immigration issue, we've got to know who's coming and going into the country -- we've got to secure the border," he added.

Trump told CBS' Lesley Stahl in a "60 Minutes" interview set to air Sunday night that he still plans to build a US-Mexico border wall.
And asked if he'd accept a fence instead of a wall, Trump said: "For certain areas I would, but certain areas, a wall is more appropriate. I'm very good at this, it's called construction." Trump added that "there could be some fencing."
He did not, though, repeat his campaign promise to deport all undocumented immigrants.
He pledged to focus first on deporting those who have committed crimes within the United States -- "gang members, drug dealers ... probably two million, it could even be three million" -- and worry about others later.
"After the border is secure and after everything gets normalized, we're going to make a determination on the people that they're talking about who are terrific people," Trump said.

Ryan deflected questions about whether he'd support Trump's calls to slap hefty tariffs on imports from countries like Mexico.
Instead, Ryan said, he supports tax reforms to address the same challenges "without any adverse effects -- without any collateral damage to the economy."

The House speaker also said he is on board with Trump's call to keep some elements of President Barack Obama's signature health care law.
But he won't commit to mandating insurance coverage of birth control for women at no cost.
"Obamacare is failing. It must be replaced. We're going to do that. We're excited about it ... We can fix what is broken in health care without breaking what is working in health care," Ryan said.
The Wisconsin Republican said he agrees with Trump's comment to CBS' "60 Minutes" that Obamacare's laws against barring those with pre-existing conditions from receiving coverage and allowing those up to age 26 to remain on their parents' insurance can stay in place even as the GOP pushes to repeal Obamacare.

Ryan said the GOP plans to push refundable tax credits that would allow low-income Americans to essentially use those tax credits as vouchers to buy insurance, rather than receiving government-funded Medicaid.
He demurred when Tapper asked whether insurers would be required to cover birth control at no cost to women -- a primary feature of Obamacare -- by saying he wasn't going to discuss "nitty gritty" details/
Pressed by Tapper, Ryan said: "I'm not going to get into hypotheticals about legislation that hasn't even been drafted yet."


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posted on Nov, 13 2016 @ 03:40 PM
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We already have that force. It is called ICE. Immigration and Custom Enforcement. Also, the Border Patrol. It is interesting to note that Border Patrol is not just on the border. I see them all over Florida inland. So, just as Obama made them stand down. Trump can issue an executive order to enforce the laws already on the books with enthusiasm. Remember, Border Patrol and ICE endorsed Trump and they don't normally endorse people running for office.

We will see how it plays out soon enough.



posted on Nov, 13 2016 @ 03:45 PM
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a reply to: spirit_horse

I agree, we do have immigration laws, in this nation, the last immigration reform was done after Reagan gave amnesty to 3 million illegals.

What happen with the promise that he made of stronger immigration laws to avoid a mass exodus into the nation?

Well they were forgotten and now is not 3 million but 30 million.

What that tells you, California have very lax laws actually they barely enforce any, but then they get billions of dollars from the tax payer to pay for all the expenses of having millions of illegals in their state.

We all pay for that.

I said cut the funding and force the state to enforce the laws that already are in the books.



posted on Nov, 13 2016 @ 03:47 PM
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originally posted by: seasonal
Ryan said that they will not form a deportation force to deport undocumented immigrants. Ryan added his main concern is securing the border.

Trump said he is willing to use a fence in some areas, and Trump wants gang members and criminals that are here illegal out first. Maybe 2-3 million.

Ryan also said he wants to keep what works with Obama care and that is what Trumps seems to be saying as well.

Is Ryan going to play nice with Trump? Ryan also deflected tariff questions another possible point of friction between the 2.

Is Trump going to be able to bend to get things done, I wonder how they are going to get 2-3 million illegals out of the country?



House Speaker Paul Ryan said Sunday despite Donald Trump's campaign rhetoric, lawmakers are not prepared to form a deportation force to round-up and deport undocumented immigrants.
"We are not planning on erecting a deportation force. Donald Trump's not planning on that," Ryan told CNN's Jake Tapper on "State of the Union."

"I think we should put people's minds at ease: That is not what our focus is. That is not what we're focused on. We're focused on securing the border. We think that's first and foremost, before we get into any other immigration issue, we've got to know who's coming and going into the country -- we've got to secure the border," he added.

Trump told CBS' Lesley Stahl in a "60 Minutes" interview set to air Sunday night that he still plans to build a US-Mexico border wall.
And asked if he'd accept a fence instead of a wall, Trump said: "For certain areas I would, but certain areas, a wall is more appropriate. I'm very good at this, it's called construction." Trump added that "there could be some fencing."
He did not, though, repeat his campaign promise to deport all undocumented immigrants.
He pledged to focus first on deporting those who have committed crimes within the United States -- "gang members, drug dealers ... probably two million, it could even be three million" -- and worry about others later.
"After the border is secure and after everything gets normalized, we're going to make a determination on the people that they're talking about who are terrific people," Trump said.

Ryan deflected questions about whether he'd support Trump's calls to slap hefty tariffs on imports from countries like Mexico.
Instead, Ryan said, he supports tax reforms to address the same challenges "without any adverse effects -- without any collateral damage to the economy."

The House speaker also said he is on board with Trump's call to keep some elements of President Barack Obama's signature health care law.
But he won't commit to mandating insurance coverage of birth control for women at no cost.
"Obamacare is failing. It must be replaced. We're going to do that. We're excited about it ... We can fix what is broken in health care without breaking what is working in health care," Ryan said.
The Wisconsin Republican said he agrees with Trump's comment to CBS' "60 Minutes" that Obamacare's laws against barring those with pre-existing conditions from receiving coverage and allowing those up to age 26 to remain on their parents' insurance can stay in place even as the GOP pushes to repeal Obamacare.

Ryan said the GOP plans to push refundable tax credits that would allow low-income Americans to essentially use those tax credits as vouchers to buy insurance, rather than receiving government-funded Medicaid.
He demurred when Tapper asked whether insurers would be required to cover birth control at no cost to women -- a primary feature of Obamacare -- by saying he wasn't going to discuss "nitty gritty" details/
Pressed by Tapper, Ryan said: "I'm not going to get into hypotheticals about legislation that hasn't even been drafted yet."


www.cnn.com...


Hmmm, Trump certainly was ADEMANT he was going to be!!!

Just like Bush's "No New Taxes"



posted on Nov, 13 2016 @ 03:48 PM
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a reply to: seasonal

Ryan failed to support Trump before elections. He better support Trump after elections.



posted on Nov, 13 2016 @ 03:49 PM
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a reply to: spirit_horse



We already have that force. It is called ICE. Immigration and Custom Enforcement. Also, the Border Patrol. It is interesting to note that Border Patrol is not just on the border. I see them all over Florida inland. So, just as Obama made them stand down. Trump can issue an executive order to enforce the laws already on the books with enthusiasm. Remember, Border Patrol and ICE endorsed Trump and they don't normally endorse people running for office.

We will see how it plays out soon enough.


2-3 million people to deport, is that force large enough and have the expertise to handle that volume of people?



posted on Nov, 13 2016 @ 03:52 PM
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While I completely agree that we need to secure the border first, I think Paul Ryan better check his cockiness.



posted on Nov, 13 2016 @ 03:56 PM
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a reply to: Bone75



While I completely agree that we need to secure the border first, I think Paul Ryan better check his cockiness.

I can see these 2 locking horns.



posted on Nov, 13 2016 @ 05:11 PM
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a reply to: seasonal

Over time yes.



posted on Nov, 13 2016 @ 06:23 PM
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Deporting is overrated/oversold. You mostly only have a pressing need to do it for the violent criminals.

For everyone else just require e-verify and up the penalties on employers who hire illegally. If they can't work they'll leave.



posted on Nov, 13 2016 @ 07:03 PM
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originally posted by: seasonal
a reply to: spirit_horse



We already have that force. It is called ICE. Immigration and Custom Enforcement. Also, the Border Patrol. It is interesting to note that Border Patrol is not just on the border. I see them all over Florida inland. So, just as Obama made them stand down. Trump can issue an executive order to enforce the laws already on the books with enthusiasm. Remember, Border Patrol and ICE endorsed Trump and they don't normally endorse people running for office.

We will see how it plays out soon enough.


2-3 million people to deport, is that force large enough and have the expertise to handle that volume of people?



Job creating already.

The local cops do most of the manpower for ICE. Especially with the criminals.

Ice comes in and picks them up and deports.

Time will tell, tho.




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