Trump of the Dreamer’s Act

Article by Alexandra Sabalier
June 06, 2020

The Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave, this is what the United States of America is, and what the free thinkers, and the braves at heart aspire to be a part of. The U.S. is the foremost global power, as it is the most economically and militarily powerful country of the world. In furtherance, the cultural imprint of the country traverses across the world, mainly because of its rich heritage, and its diverse cultural and racial background. As a nation, the U.S. has surpassed the world's records on sports competitions, music, movies and television awards, and technological, and medical advances. All this power is founded on the simple yet complex factor that the U.S. has over any other country in the world, and that is: the immense diversity of talent, and aptitude that comes with the integration of immigrants into one only place to work together towards one common rise above.

The power of the United States has grown from the ideas, challenges, and innovations of immigrants, and it would be an ignorance to repudiate and reject the fact that this nation is one construed for, and by immigrants.

Despite this fact, the U.S. faces political challenges on racial disparities and tensions, national security, and immigration policies. All of these issues have been on the top of the political agenda during President Trump’s presidency, mainly because he based his Presidential Campaign on stressing an apparent urgent need to close the U.S. borders from “unwanted immigrants” to “Make America Great Again”. Trump’s campaign, and political stands on immigration are detrimental to what actually makes the U.S. the foremost global power: Immigrants.

Specifically, Trump’s presidency has been characterized by his strong support on building a wall between the Mexican border and the U.S., and by his ceaseless stance to terminate the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.

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