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Matthew Kolken on Deportation And Removal

Former Mexican President Calls Trump a False Prophet

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Via The Washington Post:

Former Mexican president Vicente Fox said Donald Trump is "a false prophet" in the model of 20th-century Latin American dictators and charged that the Republican presidential nominee was a messianic figure trying to dupe U.S. voters by playing to their fears and worst instincts.

"Wake up, America!" Fox implored repeatedly in a wide-ranging interview Monday at The Washington Post's headquarters. "I want to warn people here in the United States to watch out for this false prophet that promised gold, that promised paradise, that promised everything."

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Updated 09-13-2016 at 10:43 AM by MKolken

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  1. ImmigrationLawBlogs's Avatar
    Matt, thank you for sharing this timely warning about Donald Trump from Vincente Fox as reported in the Washington Post.

    If even half of what Fox said is true, and at the risk of being called a "Trump hater" or being full of "bloodthirstiness" or whatever toward Trump, there is good reason to believe that everything Fox said is true, then America and the American people, not to mention millions of authorized and unauthorized immigrants, are in extremely serious danger. Every indication is that this may be a very close election, one which could determine whether America will continue to be a democracy, or whether we will go the way of the Latin American and other dictatorships that Fox mentions.

    Granted that Hillary Clinton and her husband may have a very long list of personal and immigration policy demerits - and you haven't even mentioned one of the worst of all - Bill Clinton's blockade of Haiti to prevent refugees from the then Haitian dictatorship from leaving their country - an action that shamefully, was upheld by the US Supreme Court, do you really think that we have the luxury of picking away at Hillary's past or present immigration related shortcomings, with the specter of a Donald Trump dictatorship looming over America?

    Yes, in all probability, there may have been problems with the deck chairs on the Titanic that might have needed some attention. But was that the reason that we still talk about the Titanic today?

    Roger Algase
    Attorney at Law
    Updated 09-14-2016 at 05:43 PM by ImmigrationLawBlogs
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