Trump saves jobs for Americans with visa restrictions that anger globalists

No sooner had the ink dried on President Trump's executive order that broadened his original April 22 immigration pause to include several categories of temporary, employment-based visas than globalists put up a collective howl.  To powerful interests like corporate lobbyists, immigration lawyers, the donor class, and some in Congress, the concept that available jobs in the United States should go to American citizens or legally present immigrants is distasteful. The visas that President Trump put on hold until the year's end — the H-1B, the H-2B, the J-1, and the L-1 — represent either a lost job that an American would do or a missed opportunity for a citizen to get a job because of the ready availability of cheaper foreign-born labor.  President Trump's executive order means that regardless of an American worker's skill level, he'll have a better chance to get hired. Tech companies that heavily rely on the H-1B...(Read Full Post)
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