Globalist Paul Ryan Dumps on Trump – Opposes President’s Proposed Immigration Cuts
Speaker Paul Ryan Goes on Month-Long Break — But Finds Time to Dump on Trump
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But Paul Ryan did have time to trash President Trump’s plan to curb immigration in an interview with the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.
House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) apparently wants struggling working-class Americans to stay poor, saying he is opposed to President Donald Trump’s proposed immigration cuts.
Trump, along with Sens. Tom Cotton (R-AR) and David Perdue (R-GA), this week introduced the RAISE Act, a largely merit-based immigration program that aims to protect U.S. taxpayers and American workers by reducing legal immigration and putting upward pressure on wages.
“I just think arbitrary cuts to legal immigration don’t take into effect the economy’s needs as the boomers are retiring,” Ryan told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on Friday afternoon. “With baby boomers leaving the workforce, we’re still going to have labor shortages in certain areas and that is where a well-reformed legal immigration system should be able to make up the difference.”…
…According to the Journal-Sentinel, though Ryan, always the politician, said he had not familiarized himself with the Raise Act, “he questioned the wisdom of actually cutting the number of immigrants entering the United States.”
“I think legal immigration is good for our country. I’m a supporter of legal immigration,” Ryan said.