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The UK agency that compiled the data in Trump’s terrorism tweet disagrees with his assessment

by Philip Bump, Washington Post

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President Trump makes two arguments in opposition to immigration, both debatable.

The first is economic, that immigrants in the country illegally (and even many here legally) undercut American workers. A report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine released last year disputes that claim.

The second argument Trump makes — the argument he makes more frequently — is that immigration leads to and is a significant cause of crime in the U.S. There’s his claim that we need to build a wall on the Mexican border to cut down on drug smuggling and criminal illegal aliens, though most smuggling happens through existing checkpointsand immigrants are less likely to commit crimes than native-born Americans.

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The UK agency that compiled the data in Trump’s terrorism tweet disagrees with his assessment