Donald Trump Accused Of 'Terrorizing Immigrants' With 'Xenophobic, Anti-Immigrant' 2020 Budget
By Chantal da Silva
In its own statement the Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP), a nonpartisan anti-poverty nonprofit, accused the Trump administration of "terrorizing immigrants" with its budget proposal.
"Once again, the Trump Administration has resorted to the same old playbook by proposing a FY 2020 budget with dramatic cuts to key programs that matter for individuals and families with low-incomes while terrorizing children, families and communities through increased spending on immigration enforcement, including $8.6 billion for the unnecessary and divisive border wall that would serve as nothing more than a shrine to his xenophobic, anti-immigrant agenda," CLASP said in a statement published online.
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