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Trump Vows Military Action Against ‘Invasion’ Currently Underway on US Soil

If re-elected this year, President Trump promises to take drastic action against illegal immigrants.

Drastic — as in using the military where needed and launching massive deportations of those who have crossed U.S. borders without legal sanction.

That’s caused quite a tizzy with the leftist media because when Trump says something, he usually does his best to follow through.

“Legally questionable deployments of military and police units and the creation of vast detention camps along the southern border” harrumphed the U.K.’s Guardian regarding Trump’s immigration plans.

There will be “unprecedented measures targeting both legal and unauthorized immigrants, including a massive deportation blitz,” CBS News lamented.

CNN’s Zachary B. Wolf’s analysis tried to note Trump doesn’t always mean what he says — for instance, Trump’s statement of being a dictator for a day was a joke, Wolf admitted.

But with illegal immigrants Trump is different. “The topic on which Trump had the most concrete details is his plan to deport many millions of undocumented immigrants,” Wolf wrote.

Leftists furrow their brows and inject the word “unprecedented” and look upon Trump’s plans as radical.

They seem radical because lesser steps should have been taken long ago — steps like preserving the integrity of the border.

And, as Trump noted in a recent interview with Time, President Dwight Eisenhower deported illegals in the 1950s.

And individuals like Texas Gov. Greg Abbott have taken on the mantle of constitutional language using the word “invasion” to justify state actions toward protecting the border.

Of course, it is an invasion.

And Donald Trump has called it that: “This is an invasion of our country.”

“An invasion like probably no country has ever seen before,” the former president continued.

“They’re coming in by the millions. I believe we have 15 million now. And I think you’ll have 20 million by the time this ends. And that’s bigger than almost every state.”

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