THE DOWNSIDE OF TRUMPS IMMIGRATION PLAN
Donald Trump recently made the statement that if Hillary Building a wall and mass deportation have been the cornerstones of Donald Trump’s immigration plan should he become President of the United States. The GOP nominee has said that he plans to keep families together, but also that they would have to leave. However, a study at Trump’s alma mater, the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania shows that, by 2030, the plan would result in 4 million lost jobs. Kent Smetters, an economics professor at Wharton, says that immigrants take unwanted jobs, and as such, those jobs would not likely be filled post-deportation.