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Laura Ingraham’s priceless reaction when Jorge Ramos declares Trump ‘wants to make America white again’

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Univision anchor Jorge Ramos made a racist play on President Donald Trump’s iconic “Make America Great Again” campaign tagline to say Trump’s strengthened platform on immigration is rooted in the idea to “Make America White Again.”

Ramos, an open border advocate, appeared on “The Ingraham Angle” Monday night to discuss the botched terrorist attack in New York City earlier in the day by a man who came to the United States from Bangladesh through chain migration, which is when a foreign national gains entry through sponsorship from family members settled in the country.

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Explaining that he has grown children who live in New York City and New Jersey, the Univision anchor said the wannabe terrorist should be prosecuted to the full extent of the law, but insisted that chain migration had nothing to do with it.

“When President Trump says he wants to end chain migration, those are code words,” Ramos told host Laura Ingraham, before displaying a remarkable talent of being able to read the president’s mind.

“Trump really is saying ‘I don’t want any more immigrants from Latin America and I don’t want any more immigrants from Asia,” he insisted.

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Ingraham clarified that President Trump, who favors merit-based immigration, is not advocating for preventing parents and minor children from being allowed to enter the country, but extended family members.

Ramos asked Ingraham whether she “enjoys being with her family,” but she replied that she doesn’t have the right to got to another country and bring her entire family.

He then turned the focus back on Trump.

“What President Trump is saying is he wants to make America white again,” he said, again showing off his mind reading ability. “He wants to go back to 1965, when when 90 percent of the population was white.”

The correct percentage would be 83.6 percent, according to Pew Research Center.

Ingraham’s reaction says it all …

Tom Tillison

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