“Indian students should not kick out from US” : Trump

The Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump has made a bold statement over Indian students studying in American educational institutions stating that they are the need of country and should not be kicked out.

“Whether we like that or not, they pay but we educate a lot of people, very smart people” said Trump. He made the statement as he sought to set the record straight about his immigration policies.

“They cannot come into the country. You know, they go to Harvard, they are first in their class and they’re from India they go back to India and they set up companies and make a fortune and they employ lots of people and all of that,” he said.

“Most of the people want to stay in this country and then want to do that. I think somebody that goes through years of college in this country we shouldn’t kick them out the day they graduate, which we do,” Trump said clarifying his position on certain aspect of H-1B visas.

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Trump has been widely accused of having an “all or nothing” stance when it comes to immigrants. There are about the roughly 11 million undocumented immigrants in the United States.

While advocating the scrapping of the H-1B visa programme from the beginning of his campaign calling it “very unfair” for American workers and has been taking away their jobs.

IT professionals from India and major Indian IT companies are beneficiary of H-1B, a non-immigrant visa in the US which allows US employers to temporarily employ foreign workers in speciality occupations.

Donald Trump is the candidate for the Republican nomination for President of the United States in the 2016 election.

Wefornews Bureau

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