Is Trump referring to his own
family in his anti-immigrant rants?
Our president, Mr. Trump, certainly has the personal experience to talk about immigrants.
His father was an immigrant. His maternal grandparents were immigrants. Two of his three wives are immigrants. His mother was the offspring of immigrants and married an immigrant. He personally is the offspring of an immigrant, and most of his children are offspring of immigrants.
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How well did they assimilate? How much commitment to American values, as outlined in the Constitution, does Mr. Trump show?
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In my opinion, he is the proof case for his anti-immigrant rants. Fortunately, he is unlike most immigrants I know.