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  • August 22 - Who is more American?

    Comment: Who is more American?
    Senator Harry Reid, D-NV has challenged Donald Trump to take the N-400 Citizenship Test that every immigrant needs to take to become a US citizen. In his press release he has contrasted immigrants to Donald Trump as follows:

    Unlike immigrants, Donald Trump represents none of the qualities that make America great. Immigrants work hard to get here and become Americans, while Trump inherited everything from his father...

    Immigrants renounce all loyalty to foreign interests, while Trump plays footsie with Putin...

    Immigrants pledge to defend America against all enemies foreign and domestic, while Trump insults Gold Star parents like Ghazala and Khazir Khan, and war heroes like my friend Senator John McCain...

    Immigrants work hard to build better lives for their families, while Trump was born on third and thinks he hit a triple...

    Immigrants work hard to learn American history and civics, while Trump appears ignorant of basic facts about this country...

    Immigrants make America great. Trump makes America small, petty and mean.

    Just like the pilgrim fathers, immigrants come to America leaving everything they knew behind, take risks, are driven by a dream and work hard for a better life for their families, and build their American dream. These are quintessential American values, and in practicing them immigrants refuel the American Dream and renew the American spirit. These are the true Americans--not those "Americans in name only" who advocate and act against American's core founding principles that all men are created equal and that they have the inalienable rights to life, liberty and pursuit of happiness. These "Americans in name only" with their narrow-minded hatred of the unfamiliar betray America's profound vision of what it means to be a human being and an American.

    Who is more American, Trump or immigrants?

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