Trump drops census citizenship question, vows to get data from government


The trump administration the is dropping their push to put a citizenship question on the twenty twenty census Supreme Court recently ripoff the administration's efforts say they need to come up with a better reason for adding the question Republican California representative Tom McClintock says that information is crucial if Congress is expected to actually get anything done regarding immigration reform central question immigration reform a is how many non citizens are currently in the United States and and what is their concentration that's critical because our entire country is built upon legal immigration which requires a process of assimilation if we don't know how many non citizens are in the United States or how they are concentrated we can't make rational decisions on on immigration reform the president said yesterday that he is instead directing every department of the government to provide the commerce department with data about

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