Marjorie Taylor Greene Says Trump Will Carry Out ‘Mass Deportations On Day 1’

Former President Donald Trump has pledged to initiate “mass deportations” on his inauguration day if he is reelected in 2024, according to Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.). Greene made the announcement during a rally in Iowa, where she urged caucusgoers to support Trump and his immigration policy.

During her speech, Greene emphasized that both she and Trump advocate for “mass deportations” and that Trump will take action on his first day in office. She received strong applause from the audience when she stated, “We have to fight for a secure border, and President Trump will do that, and he will start mass deportations on Day 1.” Greene expressed excitement about the prospect of seeing this happen.

Trump has consistently maintained a strict stance on immigration throughout his 2024 campaign, promising to implement the largest deportation movement in U.S. history if he is reelected. This firm stance seems to have resonated with caucusgoers, as Trump emerged victorious in the Iowa Republican caucus, further solidifying his position as the leading candidate for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination.

Meanwhile, Republican presidential hopeful Vivek Ramaswamy has suspended his 2024 campaign and endorsed Donald Trump. Ramaswamy made this decision after a lackluster performance in the Iowa caucuses, where he finished fourth.

Election polls indicate that Trump’s popularity among GOP voters is significantly higher than that of other candidates, largely due to his substantial lead in national primary polls. According to Real Clear Politics, Trump holds 61.4% support among GOP voters at the national level, while other candidates like Nikki Haley and Ron DeSantis trail behind with 12% and 10.7% support, respectively.

The issue of immigration remains a key priority for Trump’s campaign, and he continues to emphasize the need for a secure border. Greene echoed this sentiment in her speech, associating migrants with “terrorists” and claiming that many of them pose a potential threat to the country. She stated, “They’re in our country, and you can bet many of them are terrorists who would like to attack our country here just like Israel was attacked by the Hamas terrorists over there.”

As the 2024 elections approach, Trump’s promise of “mass deportations” on his inauguration day will likely continue to be a focal point of his campaign. His strong stance on immigration has garnered support among GOP voters, leading to his success in the Iowa caucus and positioning him as the frontrunner for the Republican presidential nomination.

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