Trump and Chain Migration


Hey Donald! If you are sincere about ending chain migration, start by deporting your in-laws.

Based on everything available on the internet, Viktor and Amalija Knavs have lived in the United States since their daughter married The Donald. Aside from occasional visits to Slovenia, they seem to divide their time between New York, Bedminster, and Mar-a-Lago.

What productive contribution are they making to American society? Aside from bringing comfort to their daughter – NOTHING!

Similarly, Ines Knauss – Melania’s older sister – also lives in the United States – in a $2 million Park Avenue apartment – supported by the Trump organization. By all reports, Melania and Barron are very close to Ines. Described as an artist, Ines keeps an extremely low profile.

Perhaps Ines is Melania’s connection to the Kremlin. See “Is Melania Trump a Russian Agent?

On November 1, 2017, Trump tweeted, “CHAIN MIGRATION must end now! Some people come in, and they bring their whole family with them, who can be truly evil. NOT ACCEPTABLE!”

In his Forbes magazine article “Family Ties: Even Donald Trump Is A Product of ‘Chain Migration,’” Stuart Anderson explains the connection:

“In 1885, Friedrich Trump, Donald Trump’s grandfather, immigrated from Germany, as a 16-year-old with little English to join his oldest sister. ‘His sister had immigrated to New York a year earlier,’ according to Gwenda Blair, author of The Trumps: Three Generations of Builders and a President. After gaining success in America, Friedrich returned to Germany and found a bride, Elizabeth Christ, who immigrated to the U.S. and gave birth to Fred Trump, Donald Trump’s father.

In 1930, Mary Anne MacLeod immigrated to America from Scotland as an unskilled 18-year-old to live with her married sister in Queens. Six years later, she met Fred Trump, at a party, they married and had children, one of whom was Donald Trump. Columbia University historian Mae M. Ngai notes, “Donald Trump is a product of ‘chain migration.’”

Can you say HYPOCRITE!


4 thoughts on “Trump and Chain Migration

      1. So wishing I could laugh right now! However, I am scheduled to laugh this evening. I’m getting together with a couple of friends and Steven Colbert to watch the State of the Union … and afterwards our good friend Trevor Noah will be there to make sense of it all.

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