Pelosi Tears Into Melania Trump's Parents Over POTUS Migration Policy | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Pelosi Tears Into Melania Trump's Parents Over POTUS Migration Policy

The “pro-American” “merit-based” immigration plan, the US president presented in May, favours skilled newcomers over so-called chain migration, allowing to bring in family members. Donald Trump’s in-laws, who are from Slovenia like the First Lady, received US citizenship in 2018, following a years-long process.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has taken aim at Donald Trump and his recently rolled-out merit-based migration plans through his Slovenian-born wife and her parents, who became US citizens less than a year ago. She lambasted his plan as an idea designed to “make America white again”.

“I don’t know if merit counted for when his wife’s family came into the country. I don’t know. Maybe it did. God bless them if it did. But he calls that ‘chain migration’, which he wants to get rid of”, she reprimanded the US president while speaking at a Commonwealth Club of California event in San Francisco, as The Washington Examiner reports.

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