The President-elect Donald Trump.
This is the President-Elect Donald Trump, the new President of the United States, who has been in office for just over a week.
Trump won the election with a large plurality of the vote.
Trump, whose father was a wealthy coal miner, is known for his nativist, anti-immigrant rhetoric and boasts of his “tremendous” wealth.
Trump’s wife, Melania, is a reality TV star who has become a social media sensation for her lavish lifestyle.
Trump has pledged to deport illegal immigrants who are here illegally.
The president-elect is also reportedly planning to run for reelection in 2020, according to The Washington Post.
The former President Bill Clinton.
This election was the most closely watched in the history of the US electoral process.
Bill Clinton won re-election in 1992 with an unprecedented landslide.
Clinton had campaigned heavily against Republican Senator Bob Dole’s controversial 1994 law known as the Sanctuary Cities Act, which was widely criticized for its lax immigration enforcement policies.
In 1994, Clinton had called the measure “mean and cruel” and said, “We have to protect the lives of our citizens.”
Clinton’s re-electing would be a big blow to Trump, who is often criticized for his harsh rhetoric and has repeatedly called for the deportation of all illegal immigrants.
The current President-finally, Hillary Clinton.
The next president- elect will take office in January 2021.
The Democratic party’s presidential nominee Hillary Clinton will become the first woman to ever lead the party, winning a commanding majority of the popular vote.
Clinton has pledged a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants, but she has not committed to making that goal a top priority for the next president.
Clinton’s husband, former President George H.W. Bush, has been criticized for refusing to commit to making immigration reform a priority for his successor, but that criticism has been largely swept aside in the course of the election.
Former President Barack Obama.
Obama won the 2016 election with nearly three million more votes than Trump.
He took the presidency after defeating the Republican nominee, Donald Trump in the November election.
During his time in office, Obama has implemented sweeping reforms to immigration policy and has made several controversial immigration moves.
Obama has also called for an end to deportations, a shift from the Bush administration, which prioritized deporting undocumented immigrants who had been convicted of a crime.
Obama’s first executive order in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, ended deportation for people who had not committed any crimes and gave recipients work permits.
In 2017, Obama signed an executive order that extended DACA for a year, though he has not yet announced a replacement plan.
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