You’ll never hear Biden admit it, but new studies confirm what we all expected:
Donald Trump was right about immigration, and his policies did what they set out to do.
Axios is reporting that new data from the American Community Survey (ACS) “Revealed the smallest decade gain in the foreign-born population since the 1960s, at 3.6 million [from 2010 to 2020]. In comparison, the immigrant population grew by 8.8 million during the 2000s.”
This was a huge win for Americans, as the decrease in the flow of illegal immigrants forced companies to compete for Americans, raising our wages.
Trump and COVID both deserve some of the credit, as the foreign-born population in America dropped from 13.7% in January 2017 to 13.2% in January 2020.
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