Donald Trump may be trying to deport Melania, explained the Daily Show host, Trevor Noha, Considering Trump’s anti-immigration rhetoric tend to be directed at her.
Donald Trump’s anti-immigration rhetoric, is it really directed at Melania Trump? While her husband has struggled to get his approval rating over 40%, Melania has consistently remained the country’s most popular Trump. And personally, I love her, too, because we have so much in common. We’re both immigrants. Neither of us would be here if it weren’t for Donald Trump. And I’m just gonna put it out there. We’re both style icons. Yeah, yeah, yeah. That’s right, Melania. This bish stole your look. (laughter, applause) Now… Now the reason I’ve been thinking about Melania lately is that, in the wake of Trump’s recent immigration crackdown, I’ve started to notice something that’s got me really concerned. I think Donald Trump is trying to deport… Melania. (laughter) No. And you might be asking, “Why would he want to deport his wife?” I don’t know. I don’t know. But things haven’t exactly been perfect between them. First of all, it’s no secret that Melania barely spends any time at the White House. Secondly, when he tried to hold her hand in public, she tried to slap it away like a Slovenian Dikembe Mutombo.
You remember that. And who knows. It may have even created some tension between them when Trump allegedly banged a porn star and paid her to be quiet, and then, the whole country found out about it. Anyway, you know, normal relationship issues. And I know it sounds crazy. Does Donald Trump want to deport his wife? But… but if you look at all of Trump’s immigration policies, right, a lot of people think that he just hate immigrants, but when you put them all together, you start to notice a pattern. All of his policies seem to be aimed at his wife. (laughter) For example, one of the immigration issues Trump complains about most is people who come to the United States the wrong way and work in the country illegally. And everyone always assumes that because he’s racist, he’s talking about Mexicans. But I don’t think it’s a coincidence that that same complaint could apply to his very own wife. WOMAN: New questions about Melania Trump’s immigration status when she first came to the U.S.
The Associated Press reporting she didn’t have the proper visa for her modeling work. I came here on a visa. I flew to Slovenia every few months to stamp it and came back. WOMAN: Trump insists she got her visa stamped every few months. If that’s accurate, it would mean she had a type of visa, possibly a tourist visa, that needs to be updated periodically.
But that type of visa does not allow working in the United States. MAN: When this controversy first bubbled up, the Trump campaign promised that Melania would have a press conference to clear it all up. WOMAN: That press conference never happened. That’s right. Melania’s staff promised that she would hold a press conference to clear up her questionable immigration history, and then it never happened. Now, to be fair, it’s only been three years since that promise was made, okay? And you guys don’t even know how hard it is to throw together a press conference in three years. Like, you-you have to get a podium, and-and, like, that’s pretty much it. -But still… but still… -(laughter) it seems a little convenient… that Trump would bring up the whole “legal work” thing when he knows his own wife has a shady visa history. And clearly, when that failed, Donald tried to switch things up, because then he started complaining about how (like Trump): lots of foreigners are taking advantage of America’s immigration system…
(normal voice): by claiming that they were special when in fact they were not. Now, again, people assume Trump was talking about Indian computer programmers in Silicon Valley, but if you follow the clues, you’ll realize this guy was actually slamming his wife. The Washington Post reports that questions linger about how Melania Trump scored the so-called “Einstein visa” to enter the United States when she was a model. In 2001, she was granted a green card in the elite EB1 program. It’s designed for academic researchers or people in other fields such as Olympic athletes and Oscar-winning actors. NEWSWOMAN: …granted to people who demonstrate sustained national and international acclaim, and it’s usually in the fields of arts, business or in academic research. Now, only 3,376 EB1 green cards were issued that year. Five went to people from Slovenia. Yeah, that’s right. Melania got a green card through the Einstein Visa Program, which seems strange– although I guess if you spend enough time standing next to Donald, anyone starts to look like Einstein. Well, almost anyone. -And you know… -(laughter) you know, guys… the more you look at it, the more it seems like Donald Trump is trying to deport his wife.
Because who can forget one of his biggest anti-immigration crusades– (like Trump): chain migration. NEWSMAN: The president wants to reform the visa lottery system and end so-called chain migration. Then you have chain migration. -(jeering) -Chain migration. Chain migration– you come in, and you bring your whole damn family… A guy comes in, and then you have to bring… his aunt, his uncle, his father, his grandfather, his grandparents. A single immigrant can bring in virtually unlimited numbers of distant relatives. Yes, one of the things Donald Trump hates most about America’s immigration policy is that immigrants’ families can come to live with them in the U.S. Now, even though Donald Trump says that, I want my family back home watching the show to know that this is not true, okay? You cannot bring unlimited relatives to America.
-(whooping, applause) -Do you guys hear me? (speaks a foreign language) In fact… the law even says that you guys can’t crash on my couch, and I’m actually not even in town that weekend. That’s what the law says… Uncle Mongmong. Now, it was really slick for Trump to make it seem like this thing was about… (like Trump): uncles and aunts and cousins, (normal voice): but clearly, there was someone that he was actually aiming at all along. NEWSWOMAN: President Trump’s in-laws slipping in and out of a Manhattan federal building where they took the oath of U.S. citizenship. Sources tell ABC News that First Lady Melania Trump sponsored her Slovenian-born parents, Viktor and Amalija Knavs, taking advantage of the same policy President Trump has denigrated as “chain migration” and vowed to end. That’s right. Melania Trump helped her parents chain-migrate to the U.S. So that’s what Donald Trump was trying to stop.
He was trying to… trying to turn his in-laws into outlaws. -(laughter) -Yeah. Which is super hard-core. And as if this wasn’t enough evidence that Donald Trump is trying to deport his wife, then how do you explain the new policy his administration announced this week? Huh? They came out saying that immigrants who receive assistance from the government may not be allowed to stay in the United States. Well, guess who lives in a free house provided by the United States? -(laughter) -Melania mother-(bleep) Trump! -(cheering) -Donald… I see what you’re doing, Donald. I see what you’re doing, and I’m not gonna let it happen. In fact, we’re not gonna let this thing happen. (cheering) Daily Show fans, join me now. Help me get the word out by tweeting #dontdeportmelania. Because of this great immigrant is forced to leave this country, then the United States can never truly be best.
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