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Far-Right Fox News personality Tomi Lahren is no stranger to incendiary, racist rhetoric, but her statements against immigrants in a recent Fox Business appearance are chilling even for her.

While making the case for why civilians need guns to sufficiently protect themselves against the world's most expansive military arsenal, Lahren warned that gun rights activists would be "armed and ready" against undocumented immigrants.

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US President Donald Trump inspects border wall prototypes at Otay Mesa near San Diego, California on March 13, 2018. (Photo by MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images)

The Washington Post is reporting that President Donald Trump, in a scramble to make progress on his wall at the southern border ahead of the 2020 election, is telling officials he'll pardon them if they have to break the law to speed up the construction.

The report, by Nick Miroff Josh Dawsey, states:

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It's been years since then-presidential candidate Donald Trump faced off against former Secretary of State and 2020 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in three debates ahead of the 2016 election.

The United States is now nearly three years into Donald Trump's presidency and it turns out that at least one of Secretary Clinton's warnings about the now-president came true: His inhumane efforts to collect and deport undocumented immigrants.

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Project Manager James O'Loughlin explaining Border Wall prototypes to President Donald J Trump, San Diego, March 13, 2018. Image courtesy Ralph Desio/United States Department of Defense. (Photo by Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images)

The issue of crimes committed by undocumented immigrants is—according to President Donald Trump and the rest of his administration and supporters—so pervasive it requires a national emergency, military intervention and a multi-billion dollar border wall. But another statistical study—this time by the Marshall Project—blows holes in much of the President's rhetoric.

Their crime analysis asked:

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Senator Jeff Flake and President Donald Trump (Photos by National Archives and Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images)

On Wednesday afternoon, President Donald Trump unveiled a new Republican campaign ad that many accuse of being blatantly racist fearmongering. The President posted the ad to his Twitter account.

Despite statistical evidence that undocumented immigrants commit fewer crimes and fewer violent crimes than natural born citizens in the United States, Trump continued to portray Latin American immigrants as violent threats to the US and blamed Democrats for any violence by immigrants.

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BRUSSELS, BELGIUM - JULY 12: U.S. President Donald Trump gestures during a news conference at the 2018 NATO Summit at NATO headquarters on July 12, 2018 in Brussels, Belgium. Leaders from NATO member and partner states are meeting for a two-day summit, which is being overshadowed by strong demands by U.S. President Trump for most NATO member countries to spend more on defense. (Photo by Jasper Juinen/Getty Images)

The Trump administration has recently come under fire for its policy of forcibly separating children from their parents. Although Trump issued somewhat of a mea culpa, by signing an executive order ending his own administration's policy of forcible separation, the damage was still done.

Through the executive order, Trump is basically ordering that the policy that children be separated from their undocumented parents be replaced with a policy that entire families would be detained, despite previously asserting that “you can't do it by executive order."

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Doctors, nurses and medical students march to the Tornillo Port of Entry on June 23, 2018 in Tornillo, Texas, to demand an end to separation of immigrant children from their parents. - The Trump administration's erecting of a tent city to house minors separated from their parents has drawn sharp criticism, and is still under fire, despite President Trump's executive order to stop family separation. (Photo by Paul RATJE / AFP)

American medical care is currently in shambles. Compounding the difficulties surrounding our fractured system is the issue of how immigrants receive appropriate healthcare.


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