Trump’s ‘disastrous’ immigration plan: The facts, the polls, and a look at what happens next

President Donald Trump’s plan to deport nearly 11 million undocumented immigrants in his first 100 days has generated controversy and criticism, as well as an onslaught of criticism from Republicans.

A major question now is how to deal with the surge of undocumented immigrants that will likely occur if Trump fails to get Congress to pass his plan by the end of January.

On Thursday, the Associated Press published a series of stories that cited two new polls that found Trump’s plans to deport 11 million people would not be a net gain for Democrats.

The new polls, released on Friday, found the plan would lead to a net loss of two points for Democrats in the 2018 midterm elections.

“While Republicans will undoubtedly benefit from the mass deportations, Democrats will lose seats because of them, according to a new ABC News/Washington Post poll released Friday,” ABC’s Dan Littman and Julie Pace reported.

“There is no question that the vast majority of illegal immigrants will benefit from President Trump’s efforts to close the immigration gap,” Littam wrote.

“A recent survey by the Migration Policy Institute (MPI) found that more than half of the undocumented immigrants living in the U.S. are in the country because they have been victims of crimes, not because they’re in the United States illegally.

The other quarter are here because they’ve come to the U, but they have family in the nation illegally.”

While the numbers aren’t definitive, the new polls found Trump would likely lose seats in the House and Senate with illegal immigrants.

The first poll, from the Migration Project at the University of Virginia, showed a net plus for Democrats over Trump’s proposed immigration crackdown, while a CNN/ORC poll found Republicans would lose seats by an average of three points.

The other poll, conducted by a bipartisan group of pollsters, found that if Trump’s immigration plan is approved, Republicans would gain an average nine points in the upcoming midterm elections, while Democrats would lose eight points.

“We have seen that the Trump immigration plan does not make much difference to the outcome of the 2018 midterms,” said Brian Reed, an associate director of the Migration Program at the Migration Research Institute, a nonpartisan think tank.

“In fact, we found that Republicans would have the strongest advantage in the midterm elections if they adopted President Trump, and we find no reason to think that they would lose ground by making that immigration plan law.”

While most Americans believe that illegal immigrants have committed serious crimes and should be deported, Democrats have been increasingly vocal in calling for illegal immigrants to be deported as a way to make up for the thousands of illegal aliens who have come to America.

Democrats have pointed to the fact that nearly 70,000 people have been killed in the line of duty in the last year alone in the name of law enforcement, a number that Democrats say has been grossly understated.

“This is an outrageous and deeply cynical proposal that would be a clear and present danger to our safety, security and well-being,” said Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY), who said that if his party does not act on President Trump “we’re not going to be able to do our job.”

“The American people deserve to know what their president’s plan is,” he added.

Sen. Ben Cardin (D