Listen: President Trump, President And Marco Rubio discussed on WIBC Programming
"To come back for an asylum hearing. I just, it's you know, I'm glad something's being done. But it doesn't seem like it's enough. That's what Marco Rubio tweeted about his happening all over the tricks on the center, it's a humanitarian crisis. The mayor is the mayor Broward County was like, hey, we need all the charities we need. I mean, the all the churches, we need everybody to help these immigrants. I'm like, okay, I understand that I'd want help, too, but I'm sure there's probably a lot of Americans that are in need of charity shelter as well. So the situation at the border, you've got to separate deals going on. You've got the immediate action happening right now. That's happening at the border where the people being detained at the border. They're running out of room to put them at the border. They're running out of beds, trying to figure out where to put these people, that's the immediate cause of concern at the border. That's something Lindsey Graham and his gang is trying to figure out. Right now. Long term. That's what the president spoke about today. That's what we heard coming into the top of the hour. President Trump trying to think long term about his immigration policy, and how it's going to work and long story short what he rolled out today was a plan similar to what some other countries are doing based out of merit. Meaning that if you are a skilled worker if you are a doctor, if you are developing story and of your class, and you're coming into the United States with degreen car, trying to help out, you can kind of get that Disney fast pass to the front of the line and get in front of some of the people that might not have those skills. His little bits of President Trump earlier today, the annual green cards flow is mostly low wage and low skilled. Newcomers compete for jobs against the most vulnerable Americans and put pressure on our social safety net."