Trump calls migrants animals during US-Mexico border speech

Research data shows that immigrants are less likely to be involved in crime than native citizens.

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WASHINGTON, 3 April: During a speech in Michigan on Tuesday, former US President Donald Trump called illegal immigrants in the United States as “animals” and said that these people are not human.

The Republican presidential candidate appeared with officers from several law enforcement agencies and detailed the crimes committed by illegal immigrants in the country.

After that, while giving a speech in Green Bay, Wisconsin, the former president called the 2024 elections a decisive battle.

Speaking at Lacon Riley, Trump said some immigrants are animals, referring to the 22-year-old nurse who was killed by a Venezuelan immigrant.

“Democrats say please don’t call them animals, but I say no, they are animals, these people are not human, they are animals,” the former president said.

Trump said the people who cross the Mexican border and come here, these people escape from prisons in their countries and increase the crimes here later.

On the other hand, research data shows that immigrants are less likely to be involved in crime than native citizens.

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