Immigration

Column: Native American bill in Trump's hands now

President Trump didn’t win many friends Thursday during an Oval Office meeting on immigration, where he disparaged the countries thousands of African migrants flee from every year.

His comments were crass and uncalled for, regardless of his policies on protecting our borders and removing illegal aliens, and he was swiftly rebuked by leaders worldwide, including from both of our political parties. What little credentials he had built up concerning civil rights were quickly swept away.

Rather than focus on the fault, let’s look at an opportunity to cure it.

The answer sits on Trump’s desk in the form of a bill approved by both the House (in May 2017) and Senate Thursday...

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