Stephen MillerTrump campaign adviser Stephen Miller McEnany (Stephen Miller McEnany) appeared on Fox in his “personal capacity,” documents showing that Trump campaign ignored the coronavirus guidelines at Duluth rally: Reporting the House of Representatives Democrats ask the Department of Homeland Security to consider flu vaccinations for immigration detainees, A well-known immigration hawk and senior consultant President TrumpHe predicted that if the president is re-elected for a second term, the White House will take a tougher stance to allow people to enter the country.
In an interview with NBC News, Miller said that the second agenda on immigration will focus on reducing the number of people receiving asylum, declaring “asylum cities” illegal, and tightening the government’s travel ban through stricter screening of visa applicants. And impose new restrictions on work visas. .
Miller told NBC News that its goal is to “raise and raise the standards for entering the United States,” and it will be achieved through administrative measures and legislation.
Miller said: “In many cases, addressing these issues and restoring some sanity in our immigration programs does involve regulatory reform.” “Congress has authorized a lot of powers… which highlights the depth of choices the American people face. “
In particular, Miller did not promise to freeze new green cards and visas, support “burden sharing” agreements with Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador to prevent asylum seekers from leaving Central America and reach the United States, penalize failed areas and immigrants without a document Ideological sympathy or inclination to hand over to the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and visa applicants.
Trump campaigned for a hard-line immigration stance in 2016, including building a border wall with Mexico, and adopted similar hard-line policies during his tenure, including expanding the “zero tolerance policy” condemned by both parties to be separated from his parents The number of children. .
Due to concerns about the coronavirus pandemic and related economic impact, immigration has been largely restricted to the context of the 2020 cycle.