To Undo Trump’s Damage to America’s Reputation, Embrace Immigration

DACA students celebrate after the Supreme Court rejected the Trump administration’s effort to end legal protections for young immigrants, Washington, June 18, 2020 (AP photo by Manuel Balce Ceneta).
DACA students celebrate after the Supreme Court rejected the Trump administration’s effort to end legal protections for young immigrants, Washington, June 18, 2020 (AP photo by Manuel Balce Ceneta).

As recent polling has confirmed, the prestige and image of the United States have suffered a precipitous decline under President Donald Trump. As for Trump himself, a recent survey by the Pew Research Center showed that people in a variety of other countries place more stock in the leadership of both China’s Xi Jinping and Russia’s Vladimir Putin than in America’s president. Although domestic issues are likely to dominate the upcoming U.S. presidential election, for these reasons and others, a key feature of Democrat Joe Biden’s campaign to send Trump into political retirement has appropriately been addressing the damage to […]

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