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Rivera 1 Adiari Rivera Rebecca Sader English 1302 9 am Date: 23 April 2020 The fourteenth amendment A date that will be remembered forever as a step forward for our nation is, July 28, 1868, when the Fourteenth Amendment became part of the United States Constitution. This amendment reads that “All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside.” gave a new sense of hope and inspiration to a once oppressed people. This amendment relates to the current issue and concern that the president of the United States wants to use an executive order to end birthright citizenship. Although, some argue that Donald Trump has the right to end birthright citizenship doesn’t mean he should have many families come to the United States illegally yes but not with bad intentions they come here to find better jobs/schools, give their families a better future, and they also come for safety. According to a lot of sources birthright, citizenship is a statutory rule which only Congress can change. Which means that he may be trying to pass this executive order for nothing. ​Trump said he has been advised he can reverse both the Constitution and the law and end birthright citizenship by executive order. Michael Anton, former spokesman for the National Security Council, wrote in The Washington Post recently that the 14th Amendment was written Rivera 2 so as not to apply to undocu ...
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