Migrants who 'invade' U.S. have no right to due process, says Trump


The US President said today that anyone who has illegally entered the United States must be immediately sent back.

"We have people coming into the country, or trying to come in - we're stopping a lot of them", Mr. Trump said in the Cabinet Room during an hourlong meeting that reporters were allowed to document.

Trump said once "somebody comes in" the country, they should be removed with "no Judges or Court Cases" - a move that would violate the long-established legal precedent for immigrants' rights to due process.

Trump's tweets on Sunday came after a week of global outcry over images and video of crying children and their distraught parents separated at the US-Mexico border.

Trump signaled in his tweet that he doesn't want migrants and asylum seekers to have to be processed through the court system.

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"Immigration must be based on merit - we need people who will help to Make America Great Again", he concluded.

While some who advocate for stricter immigration rules have argued that people are making fraudulent asylum claims or abusing the loopholes in US immigration laws, Baron said Trump's views went way beyond those arguments.

Representative Luis Gutierrez, a Democrat from IL, said today that the president's choice of words was being used to gin up his supporters for the mid-terms. Some of the separated children were seen using the blankets on government-distributed video of their holding conditions. Trump also suggested last week that he opposed adding judges because many of them could be corrupt.

He ended the tweet by saying "strong borders, no crime!"

"We are doing a far better job than [former President George W.] Bush and [former President Barack] Obama, but we need strength and security at the Border!"

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U.S. immigration law provides certain rights for undocumented immigrants arrested by Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Family separations spark a war about credibility. Democrats, however, say Trump administration practices - including the detention of children in cage-like facilities - are cruel and inhumane and will resonate with voters.

Democrats, however, have hopes of retaking control of at least one of the chambers, with US analysts say they have a better chance of regaining control of the House, where all 435 seats are being contested.

As anger over the policy reached its peak, Trump signed an Executive Order on June 20 to enable these families to stay together.

Separately, Customs and Border Protection has reunited 522 children who were separated from their families as part of the "zero tolerance" policy. "These are career folks that know where every child is to be able to connect them to their parent or relative", the Oklahoma Republican said on NBC's "Meet the Press".

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