Donald J. Trump (President of the United States of America) would like to “transform America’s immigration system” with a fresh approach that would make the USA “the pride of our nation and the envy of the modern world”.
Trump’s grand plan would create a points-based system for migrants prioritising high-skilled workers.
Fox News reported, the US President had a different approach in mind: “Currently 66% of legal immigrants come here based on random chance, they’re admitted solely because they have a relative in the United States, and it doesn’t really matter who that relative is.”
Donald Trump slammed his left-wing Democrat rivals: “Democrats are proposing open borders, lower wages and frankly, lawless chaos.
“We are proposing an immigration plan that puts the jobs, wages and safety of American workers first.”
Trump also went on say: “Our plan is pro-American, pro-immigrant, and pro-worker.”
US President, Trump also declared: “If for some reason, possibly political, we can’t get the Democrats to approve this merit-based high-security plan, then we will get it approved immediately after the election when we take back the House, keep the Senate and of course hold the presidency.”
A points-based system that favoured highly-skilled workers duelled with a sensible cap on overall immigration would be massively popular in the United Kingdom post-Brexit.