Wage Growth for American Workers Threatened by Lack of Wall

JD Fri, 03/16/2018 - 20:14

Illegal immigration pouring across the United States-Mexico border is likely to rise this year, according to a Princeton University expert, as President Trump’s border wall has yet to be constructed.
In an interview with the Washington Examiner‘s Paul Bedard, Princeton Policy Adviser President Steven Kopits said illegal immigration in 2018 is likely to increase by 70 percent — or about 590,000 border-crossings for 2018.

Such an increase, Kopits told the Washington Examiner, would put 2018 as the “second highest year since 2010” for illegal immigration on the southern border.


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Unfortunately, building a wall on the southern border has become absolutely necessary because of the political football being kicked around among corrupt political parties. Corporations love slave labor and corporations own political parties. Ban political parties. Build the wall.