Thousands of Caravan migrants moving towards the U.S. declared to turn back, birthright citizenship to be suspended and greater immigration restrictions are only a few of the situations. It will not be a misplacement to say immigration was the bedrock of Republicans campaign in last week's midterm elections. The latest wave is an outcry from the Mauritanians who fear being condemned to the same fate as Issa Sao. Issa Sao, a 37-year-old man who spent 14 years of his life in the US, was sent back to Mauritania leaving behind his family (wife, daughter and stepson) in Ohio. In an attempt to avoid his deportation, he was moved from one detention centre to another for almost five months. Mauritania, a desert nation in West Africa, is said to still allow enslavement of men (black Mauritanians) like Sao. Sao had previously been jailed, tortured and expelled by Mauritania. On October 15, Sao's lawyer said she got a distress call from him. According to her, Sao said they will be moved that same night. The next day, Sao was truly gone. This is only a piece of Trump's aggressive move against immigration. A lot of money has been spent as well as diplomatic priorities being redirected in this crackdown. He's forcing deportation on resisting countries, especially in Africa and Asia. Trump's camp and supporters claim the government's immigration move has yielded progress on an issue that is causing harm to the US. In contrary opposition say the government's approach could cause damage between the US and its allies.
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