In the fall of 2017, I was in Los Angeles filming a film called “The Great American Dream.”
One of the characters, the lead, was an undocumented immigrant who had spent a decade in the United States illegally.
When I told him I was working on a documentary about immigration, he said, “Oh, great, great.”
He didn’t want to be a statistic.
But he was.
I was also filming a documentary that was about immigration and was a major part of the Trump administration’s crackdown on immigrants in the US.
As the documentary got underway, a reporter asked me to share my experience with her.
She was surprised when I said that I was an immigrant.
It was a very big deal.
I couldn’t understand why I had to share this personal story.
I thought, It’s my right to tell my story, but the president of the United State should know better.
I had never told anyone about the immigration crackdown, but this was a huge moment.
So I went to the White House.
Trump had called me in to give a press conference.
I asked him, “What are you going to do about the immigrants in my country?”
He said, I’m going to stop the deportation of people, including people that have been here for 30 years, because he believes that it is a mistake.
“What do you mean?”
“I’ve said, in terms of the illegals, we’re going to keep the illegallers here, but we’re not going to deport them.
They have a right to stay.” “
And the reason they’re here is they’ve done nothing wrong.
They have a right to stay.”
The President of the U.S. had no idea that I’d spent so much time telling him about my story.
It felt like a huge mistake to do that.
The President had a point.
As a Latino American, it was clear to me that he had no intention of listening to the story of the undocumented immigrants in his country.
He wanted to deport my family and me.
So, to hear him tell it, he was actually in favor of sending us back to Mexico.
But I could not understand how he could do that because my family has lived here for generations.
But that was the end of the story.
He told a different story about his plan.
When he was asked about this in a speech he gave at the Conservative Political Action Conference in February, he talked about how he wanted to get rid of illegals by the end and that was his intention.
He said he wanted the U and M visas to expire, which means that we would no longer be able to get jobs here.
The White House claimed that the plan was to deport all the undocumented people in the country, which would take hundreds of thousands of jobs, but no one had to be deported.
What I saw was a President who wants to deport the undocumented.
What the media and the liberal pundits had done was put out a story about Trump telling his supporters that he would deport the millions of immigrants in this country who were here for decades.
But when it came to the millions in this nation who have been undocumented, Trump told them that he was going to take them all, including me.
I didn’t have a choice.
He was going back to his old policies and tactics.
I wanted to tell Trump that I’m an immigrant, and he needed to listen.
But the President didn’t.
He went after immigrants like me and other Latinos.
I went into his office and called the White the day after he had made that announcement.
I told them I was going on camera and I wanted Trump to hear what I had heard.
He hung up.
I called the president back and said, what did you just say?
I didn`t even understand what you were talking about.
He looked at me and he said he couldn`t listen.
The story of immigration and deportation came out of the White’s mouth.
Trump said he would stop the deportations and that he wanted everyone to come back to their countries.
What happened next was a big misunderstanding.
I knew that Trump was talking about the millions who were in the U visa program and the millions more who were undocumented.
I believed him.
It would have been a very easy mistake to tell the president that I didn�t think he should deport undocumented immigrants.
Instead, Trump chose to tell me that my story was not true.
Trump was telling me what he wanted me to say: I know I didn”t come to this country as a child and that my parents came to this nation as refugees.
But Trump told me that I could go back to my country and work as a legal resident and that his administration would help me stay in my home country.
When it came time to send me back, Trump was going after the immigrants and I told Trump that it was a mistake to stop them from coming back to