Former President Donald Trump is understandably concerned about his legacy after after a recent move by President Joe Biden reversing one of Trump’s significant policies.
According to Fox New, Biden has “revoked a Trump-era order that banned immigrants from obtaining visas if they couldn’t prove they could obtain health insurance or pay for health care.”
“My Administration is committed to expanding access to quality, affordable healthcare,” said a statement from Biden. “We can achieve that objective, however, without barring the entry of noncitizens who seek to immigrate lawfully to this country but who lack significant financial means or have not purchased health insurance coverage from a restrictive list of qualifying plans.”
Fox News clarified that Trump’s rule “did not apply to immigrants who already live in the U.S. or to lawful permanent residents, refugees, asylum-seekers or children.”
Biden’s changes of Trump policies have “contributed to a surge in migrants at the southern border, including border wall construction, increased interior enforcement and the Migrant Protection Protocols, which kept migrants in Mexico while they awaited their hearings,” according to Fox News.
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