Trump says he will cancel student visas of pro-Hamas college students

October 30, 2023

Pro-Palestinian and pro-Hamas protests have broken out around the globe, and right here on American college campuses, since the cowardly, Hamas-led terrorist attack on Israel earlier this month.

Many top universities have already experienced donor backlash for allowing blatant anti-Semitism on campus, and violent clashes have come as a result of the sickening protests.

As far as former President Donald Trump is concerned, foreign students who protest in support of Hamas or who support anti-Semitism movements will no longer be welcomed in America as he vowed to cancel their student visas.

According to JustTheNews, Trump made the promise at the recently-held Republican Jewish Coalition Conference.

"I will cancel the student visas of Hamas sympathizers on college campuses," Trump told the attendees. "The college campuses are being taken over."

The former president made similar comments at a recent campaign stop in Iowa, according to The Hill.

"Under the Trump administration, we will revoke the student visas of radical anti-American and antisemitic foreigners at our colleges and universities, and we will send them straight back home," Trump said at the time.

Trump also promised to radically overhaul immigration policies if he were to be elected president, vowing to keep anyone out who might be a terrorist or anti-Semite.

"If you want to abolish the state of Israel, you're disqualified, if you support Hamas or the ideology behind Hamas, you're disqualified, and if you're a communist, Marxist, or fascist, you are disqualified," Trump said, according to Reuters.

He also promised to implement "strong ideological screening" for all immigrants to weed out any bad actors.

Trump's remarks drew the usual Democrat criticism, including calling Trump a "xenophobe" for his border policies.

The former president's policies will always be under attack, but it'll take bold policies to get America back on track.

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