Immigration

Does Scott Adams (Dilbert) support amnesty?

Scott:

You tweet "Goal-thinkers say #Trump cancelled DACA. Systems-thinkers say he moved it to Congress where it belongs, thus high-grounding us all."

Unfortunately, it isn't possible to have it both ways on amnesty. You either completely and wholeheartedly oppose it, or you're an amnesty supporter. So far you're in the latter camp: you think Congress should pass an amnesty bill.

Is Steven Greenhouse lying about you?

Mr. Trump:

In September you said you might sue the New York Times for "irresponsible intent" [1] and you've repeatedly criticized the media for lying about you. I'd like to get your response to a specific example of someone in the media lying about you.

At the end of October 2016, Steven Greenhouse - a "retired New York Times labor and workplace reporter" wrote at the Huffington Post that you talk tough but your policies wouldn't really help the working class.

How is Hillary wrong, Part 2

On her website, Hillary Clinton says that comprehensive immigration reform will "bring millions of hardworking people into the formal economy". What are some of the downsides of doing that, both the obvious ones and hidden ones? I realize you have many disagreements with Hillary, but I'd only like you to address that one promise she's making. Please tell us what are the downsides of her specific promise. Would you like me to read it again, before you comment on her specific promise?

Scott Adams, Dilbert, Trump, & management

Scott Adams: you're the creator of the Dilbert comic strip and a supporter of Donald Trump.

In December 2015, Trump released his plan for a temporary ban on non-citizen Muslims entering the U.S.

Then, eight months later, Trump released a revised version. In the new version, there's a temporary ban on those entering from certain regions and there's an ideology test for those coming to the U.S.

Obviously, Trump thinks the new version is better than the version that he released eight months prior.

Trump vs Marine Le Pen

French leader Marine Le Pen is a very strong opponent of mass immigration and Islamic fundamentalism. When she was asked about your plan to temporarily keep Muslim visitors out of the U.S., she said the following: "Seriously, have you ever heard me say something like that? I defend all the French people in France, regardless of their origin, regardless of their religion."

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