White House Senior Policy Advisor Stephen Miller defended the defended provision the proposed Raise Act that would cut legal immigration in half. He noted that “We admitted about 300,000 people a year in the 70s. About half a million a year in the 80s. Now it’s over a million a year. So what happening now is not the norm. It’s actually unusual how many people we are letting in now.”
He continued, “There are segments in the extreme media–I wouldn’t call them mainstream–because it is extreme to want no borders. It’s extreme to want to have unlimited, cheap migration driving down working class-wages. These are extreme positions.
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