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US-Mexico ties: The road ahead

It was through the 1965 Immigrant Act that the floodgates were slightly opened for a larger influx of foreigners inside the American territorial space President Donald J Trump has embarked on a quintessential presidential trajectory of legitimate legislative Bills along with executive orders of the amplificatory genre.

It was through the 1965 Immigrant Act that the floodgates were slightly opened for a larger influx of foreigners inside the American territorial space President Donald J Trump has embarked on a quintessential presidential trajectory of legitimate legislative Bills along with executive orders of the amplificatory genre.

Mar 4, 2017
By Manan Dwivedi
 
It was through the 1965 Immigrant Act that the floodgates were slightly opened for a larger influx of foreigners inside the American territorial space President Donald J Trump has embarked on a quintessential presidential trajectory of legitimate legislative Bills along with executive orders of the amplificatory genre. He has also unequivocally vowed to act and legislate against the Obama legacy and the past policy decisions of his Administration.
 
Read more at: http://www.dailypioneer.com/columnists/oped/us-mexico-ties--the-road-ahead.html
 
The Pioneer, March 4, 2017

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