Donald Trump: Violating Human Rights

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Did you ever think that our new president is violating human rights? He has clearly tried to keep immigrants, legal and illegal, out of the country. His new acts are infringing on the rights bestowed upon us by our Founding Fathers. I believe Donald Trump is infringing on human rights because he is building a wall on the Mexican border, because he made a travel ban in seven “terrorist” countries, and because Donald Trump said that torture “ is absolutely necessary”. One reason that I believe Donald Trump is infringing on human rights is because he wants to build a wall on the border with Mexico. The wall goes against human rights because it slows the flow of illegal, but suffering immigrants who would later become citizens of the United…show more content…
Visualize a world where foreign travel to certain beautiful countries was illegal because the countries were deemed “terrorist” countries. What if you could not travel back to your country of birth? This is the world Trump envisions. Trump is like a tiger ready to pounce on anyone in his way. Donald Trump is not doing anything for the good of America. This travel ban he has made to stop “terrorists” is unconstitutional because it allows Christians to flow freely in the travel ban countries. This shows that Donald Trump does not care about anyone but his own race and religion. It also stops citizens from traveling back to the U.S. People who were approved for Visas cannot come either. Some people may say that the ban stops terrorists from coming here, but the terror attacks in the U.S. decreased 39% since 9/11 even without the travel ban. Trump’s travel ban was shot down as unconstitutional but he has edited the travel ban and plans to add many more enemies of the U.S. to the travel ban list. Trump’s plans also include bringing torture back to the…show more content…
Trent Franks, U.S. house representative, said that “If Donald Trump is our nominee, I don 't think that he represents the best our party has to offer either in temperament or qualification, and I think he 's the weakest candidate that is in the race at this point in terms of the general election. I follow Trent Franks on this and also think he is not fit to be president. Donald Trump also said horrible things like “All of the women on The Apprentice flirted with me - consciously or unconsciously. That 's to be expected.” This demeaning manner should not be tolerated in the U.S. Was it making America great again to vote for Trump? Or was America great before he
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