Thursday, December 8, 2016

Donald Trump Administration May Loose Billions in GDP if 11 Millions are Deported

Donald Trump has appointed new officers in his cabinet and the backgrounds of these officers indicate that they can take tough stance on immigration and environment. However, it looks like that Trump is becoming soft on his immigration stance.

It is getting clear that until the time Donald Trump takes office in the oval office, the actual policies of president will not be clear.

Under the Trump administration, the Department of Homeland Security will be headed by retired Marine gen. John Kelly. Scott Pruitt who is the Attorney General of Oklahoma, the one has been a denier of climate change whose policies had been quite beneficial for fossil fuel companies, will be given the charge of Environmental Protection Agency.

The former chief executive of World Wrestling Entertainment, Linda McMahon, will be appointed as the head of Small Business Administration. Her appointment will breathe in new life in the post of secretary.
N the latest news update, mayors of some of the major cities in US have warned President-elect Donald Trump, that if he removes the program that give permission to young illegal workers to remain in the United States than it may lead to economic harm.

In a letter to Trump it has been mentioned that if these illegal immigrants are deported from the country than it will result in a loss of $430 billion of US gross domestic product in the next 10 years and a loss of nearly $10 billion in tax revenues.

In 2012, an executive order was passed known as the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals which allowed undocumented young immigrants below the age of 16 to remain in the country and pursue higher studies without any fear of deportation. These people were also allowed to work or serve as military personnel.

This order needs to be renewed after every two years. According to the promoters of this program, it enables to instill national security and public safety. As per the letter, more than 740,000 undocumented people have been part of DACA.

It looks like that the Donald Trump administration is set to reverse this regulation. As per an estimate, nearly 11 million people will be deported from the country.

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