The Washington Times: Trump announces 60-day immigration pause; guest-workers still allowed

IRLI In The News

April 21, 2020

By Stephen Dinan

President Trump said Tuesday he will order a 60-day halt to new immigrants arriving from outside the country, with an eye toward preventing them from competing with Americans for jobs amid the coronavirus crisis — though he said temporary guest workers will still be allowed.

Mr. Trump said he felt a “solemn duty” to Americans thrown out of work by what he calls the “invisible enemy” of coronavirus. Read the full story at The Washington Times.

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