Trump rages at Obama’s ‘dumb deal’ to take thousands of illegal immigrants from Australia

Starting in October, the Obama administration increased the number of refugees admitted to the U.S. to 110,000 for the year.

Officials confirmed some of the refugees’ countries of origin to be Iran, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Somalia, Iraq and Sudan.

In that sense, the Obama administration has written a secret deal that could let Australia ship more than 2,400 refugees waiting to enter its borders over to the U.S. instead, including refugees from terrorism-connected countries such as Somalia and Syria.


Trump took to Twitter on Wednesday to call the Obama administrations refugee program a “dumb deal.” Trump’s administration also said “extreme vetting” would be used to check refugee cases.

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Do you believe it? The Obama Administration agreed to take thousands of illegal immigrants from Australia. Why? I will study this dumb deal!
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These are the “Refugees” Obama Agreed to take from Australia!? Muslim Refugees Yell Fcuk, Rape Australia, Remember…pic.twitter.com/rKmuMHS…
5 hours ago · Twitter
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Donald Trump HANGS UP on Australia’s PM over ‘dumb’ migrant deal made with Obama shr.gs/2rMelRM
1 min ago · Twitter
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Despite President Donald Trump calling it “the worst deal ever,” the United States has reportedly agreed to keep a promise by the Obama administration to resettle nearly 1,200 asylum seekers being held on  Pacific island camps.

“The United States has agreed to consider referrals from the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) of refugees now residing in Nauru and Papua New Guinea,” the State Department said in a statement late last year. “These refugees are of special interest to UNHCR and we are engaged on a humanitarian basis, as we are in other parts of the world.”

Australia has been under fire for paying the surrounding island nations to house the refugees. The camps were reportedly created in an effort to curtail “people smuggling.”

Australia has long had a policy which prevents individuals seeking asylum from entering the country before proper vetting.

During a press conference in November of last year Turnbull said, “Nobody is taking any more refugees, but what the Americans are doing is assisting these individuals on Nauru and Manus by bringing them in within their existing quota.”

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source foxnews

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