Mass Deportation Plans Underway

( – Former President Donald Trump’s allies, including past administration officials, supporters and immigration specialists, are reportedly planning a mass deportation measure to ensure Trump can address the alarming migrant crisis if he wins the next election.

According to insiders, these plans include the mass deportation of millions of illegals—a promise Trump has made for his potential next term.

Sources familiar with the discussions told The Wall Street Journal that the aim is to halt the influx of migrants, reverse Joe Biden’s immigration policies, and execute what Trump has described as the largest deportation effort in U.S. history.

However, senior advisers for Trump’s 2024 campaign, Susie Wiles and Chris LaCivita, criticized the reliance on anonymous sources for these reports, stating, “Unless a message is coming directly from President Trump or an authorized member of his campaign team, no aspect of future presidential staffing or policy announcements should be deemed official.”

Reportedly, the strategies being discussed include accelerating asylum hearings, compelling other countries to accept more deportees, and dismantling deportation protections established during Biden’s tenure.

Likewise, advisers are also exploring partnerships similar to the 2020 asylum agreement with Guatemala, which allowed migrants from El Salvador and Honduras to seek asylum there, with countries in South America and Africa.

In turn, they are seeking ways to bypass congressional approval to deport immigrants who entered the U.S. during Biden’s presidency but currently cannot be legally deported due to their home countries’ refusal to accept them.

Other names being floated for significant roles include former Immigration and Customs Enforcement Director Tom Homan, who might serve as a “border czar”—a role that would not require Senate confirmation—or as Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security.

Additionally, former acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf, former U.S. Customs and Border Patrol Commissioner Mark Morgan, and former acting director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Joe Edlow are being considered for top positions.

The America First Policy Institute and the Heritage Foundation are also said to be heavily involved in these discussions, with strategic meetings occurring between these think tanks, Trump campaign officials, and Trump himself.

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