With A Second Term, Trump Would Take His Immigration Crackdown Further

Immigration is one of the main things Americans will be voting on in November. And many are currently unhappy with the situation at the US Southern Border, which is widely described as a crisis.

As Donald Trump runs for another term, he's hoping to leverage that discontent just as he did in 2016.

An across-the-board crackdown on immigration was one of the signature policies of the Trump presidency. In a second term, he's promising to go even further.

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