Scandinavia Embraces Trump Eviction Plan: Sweden to Deport 80,00 Migrants, Finland to Deport 20,000 Migrants

In November 2015 Donald Trump announced as president he would remove the millions of illegal immigrants from the United States.

Of course, this idea was widely ridiculed by the liberal media establishment.

On Wednesday Sweden announced it will deport 80,000 migrants or half of the asylum requests from 2015.
The Guardian reported:


Interior minister Anders Ygeman said on Wednesday that the government was planning over several years to deport up to 80,000 people whose asylum applications are set to be rejected.

“We are talking about 60,000 people but the number could climb to 80,000,” he told Swedish media, adding that, as in Finland, the operation would require the use of specially chartered aircraft.

He estimated that Sweden would reject around half of the 163,000 asylum requests received in 2015.

On Thursday Finland announced it would remove 20,000 to 32,000 migrants or 65% of new 2015 arrivals.
The Daily Mail reported:

Finland has joined Sweden in announcing plans to repatriate tens of thousands of migrants whose asylum requests will likely be rejected.

The two Nordic countries are both struggling to cope with with an unprecedented influx of refugees and migrants fleeing war and misery in the Middle East and elsewhere, and they receive among the highest number of arrivals per capita in the EU.

The Finnish government said it expect to deport around 20,000 of the 32,000 asylum-seekers it received in 2015.

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