Trump Softening Some Immigration Positions
2016-12-19 22:00:47

President-elect Donald Trump is pulling back from some of the immigration policies he proposed as a candidate.(1)
总统当选人唐纳德 · 特朗普拉回从一些他提出作为候选人的移民政策。

Trump is still promising stronger enforcement of immigration laws.(2)

He also continues to call for a new wall along the United States southern border with Mexico.(3)

But he no longer calls for the removal of 11 million undocumented immigrants in the United States.(4)
但他不再要求取消 1100 万非法移民在美国。

His campaign proposal to block all Muslim immigrants was modified before the November 8 presidential election.(5)
在 11 月 8 日总统大选之前修改了他的运动建议阻止所有穆斯林移民。

The new proposal calls for more careful “vetting” of people seeking to enter the United States.(6)

Trump says he will cancel some of President Barack Obama’s executive orders, but he is suggesting a willingness to compromise.(7)

What About Dreamers?(8)

During the campaign, Trump often talked about ending one immigration order by Obama.(9)

It permits about 700,000 immigrants brought illegally to the United States as children to remain in the United States and to apply for work permits.(10)
它允许约 700,000 移民非法带到美国作为儿童留在美国,申请工作许可证。

They are sometimes called, “dreamers.”(11)

Trump softened his position in a recent discussion with Time magazine.(12)
特朗普软化他在最近一次讨论与时代 》 杂志的地位。

“We’re going to work something out that’s going to make people happy and proud,” Trump said.(13)

“They got brought here at a very young age, they’ve worked here, they’ve gone to school here. Some were good students. Some have wonderful jobs.”(14)

Trump also said that he will not try, as he once said during his campaign, to remove all illegal immigrants.(15)

Instead, Trump said he will order the removal of undocumented immigrants who have committed crimes.(16)

But that will not be easy.(17)

The Obama administration faced opposition from some countries that refused to accept the return of their citizens.(18)

Still Promising to Build a Wall(19)

Trump said he is keeping his campaign proposal to build a big wall along the United States southern border.(20)

He spoke about the wall during a recent speech in Wisconsin.(21)

“We’re going to build the wall,” Trump said. “We have to. We have got to stop the drugs from coming in and the wall is going to be a big, big factor.”(22)

During the campaign, he said Mexico would pay for the wall although Mexican officials have said they have no plans to do so.(23)
在竞选中,他说︰ 墨西哥愿意付费墙,虽然墨西哥官员说,他们并不打算这样做。

Trump has said he also plans to move ahead with his proposal to cut federal funding for cities that refuse to hold undocumented immigrants.(24)

He has pointed to serious crimes, including murder, committed by some undocumented immigrants who were released after serving sentences for earlier crimes.(25)
他指出了严重的罪行,包括谋杀、 犯下的一些无证的入境者因早期的罪犯服刑后被释放。

The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) sometimes requests to be told when a non-citizen is released from a state or local prison.(26)
美国移民和海关执法局 (ICE) 有时要求被告知当从一种状态或当地监狱释放非公民。

This would permit the agency to take that person into custody and decide if the person should be deported.(27)

But some local and state governments do not do this for several different reasons. One reason they give is that immigration enforcement is not their responsibility.(28)

Another reason given is that if they help to deport people it might lead to distrust between immigrant communities and local police agencies.(29)

Cities that do not inform the federal government about the release of undocumented immigrants are sometimes known as “sanctuary cities.”(30)

Some Mayors Say No(31)

Rahm Emanuel is the mayor of the American city of Chicago.(32)
拉姆 · 伊曼纽尔是美国芝加哥市的市长。

He is one of a number of mayors who say his city will continue its sanctuary city policy, even if results in loss of federal funds.(33)

“Since the presidential election, there has been a sense of uncertainty among many immigrant communities in Chicago and across the nation,” Emanuel said.(34)

“I want to assure all of our families that Chicago is and will remain a sanctuary city.”(35)

But Trump does not appear likely to soften his position on this issue.(36)

He nominated Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions for attorney general, the federal government’s top law enforcement position.(37)

Sessions proposed a bill as a senator to cut federal funding to cities that do not hold and turn over undocumented immigrants to federal immigration officers.(38)

Roy Beck heads Numbers USA, a Virginia-based group that supports more limits on immigration.(39)
罗伊 · 贝克头数字美国,弗吉尼亚州的该组在移民问题支持更多的限制。

He said Trump’s promise to limit immigration was a major reason he won the presidential election.(40)

Beck expects Trump to focus on cutting temporary permits for foreign workers and other programs that might take away jobs from American citizens.(41)

Bill de Blasio is mayor of New York City, America’s most populated city. He supported Hillary Clinton for president, but recently met with Trump.(42)
条例草案 de Blasio 是纽约城的市长,美国的大多数居住于的城市。他支持希拉里 · 克林顿的总统,但最近会见特朗普。

He urged Trump not to cancel President Obama’s executive order that allows people who came to the United States as children to remain in the U.S. and get work permits.(43)

“One of the thing I thought was most important about my meeting with him (Trump) was to say -- ‘This is your city, I know you love your city;(44)
"我想的事情之一是最重要的是我与他会面 (Trump) 是说 — — ' 这是你的城市,我知道你爱你的城市;

and there are many, many thousands and thousands of people, hundreds of thousands of people who are fearful right now,” the mayor said.(45)
有很多、 很多数千人和成千上万的人,数以十万计的人现在是谁害怕,"市长说。

I'm Bruce Alpert.(46)
我是布鲁斯 · 阿尔珀特。

And I'm Ashley Thompson.(47)
也阿什利 · 汤普森。

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