(Tea Party PAC) – President Trump has made it abundantly clear to us that he has every intention of following through on his campaign promises, and he has demonstrated this to us time and time again with a lengthy list of promises made, promises kept.
Although the Democrats have tried everything in their power to stop him, particularly when it comes to immigration, he’s still managed some pretty incredible feats.
Here are just a few, from the Promises Kept:
President Trump pulled the United States out of negotiations for a “Global Compact on Migration,” a plan for global governance of immigration and refugee policy that may have compromised U.S. sovereignty.
The Trump Administration rescinded the unlawful Deferred Action for Parents of Americans (DAPA) program.
The number of counties participating in the 287(g) program, which gives state and local law enforcement entities delegated authority by ICE to enforce immigration in their jurisdiction, has doubled.
This week, we also learned that new border wall is going up along our southern border with Mexico every day.
This is in spite of Congress refusing to fund a penny for the border wall earlier this year, forcing the president to declare a state of emergency at the border.
Well, the president has found another workaround for the stubborn, open borders democrats who will do everything in their power to continue their importation of voters from Central America and elsewhere.
The US struck a deal this week to send would-be asylum seekers back to El Salvador.
The Texas Tribune reported:
The Trump administration has reached an accord that could allow the United States to turn away asylum seekers at the U.S. border and send them to El Salvador to seek refuge, pushing migrants into one of the most dangerous countries in the world. The deal between the two governments is the latest in a series of policies aimed at creating new layers of deterrents to the influx of migrants applying for protection on U.S. soil.
Kevin McAleenan, the acting secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, is scheduled to announce the deal Friday afternoon, according to administration officials with knowledge of the agreement. McAleenan traveled to El Salvador to hash out the accord last month with president Nayib Bukele. News of the accord was first reported by the Associated Press.
U.S. officials describe the deal as an “asylum cooperation agreement,” insisting that such an accord does not amount to what is known as a “safe third country” deal.