Donald Trump: Jeb Bush Is Weak On Illegal Immigration, But Trump’s Poll Numbers Grow Strong

According to 2016 presidential candidate Donald Trump, Jeb Bush is weak on illegal immigration and resorts to tactics like using fake, Photoshopped ads — and that is just Trump trying to warm up!

In a related report by the Inquisitr, Donald Trump is lending his weight to NFL quarterback Tom Brady, claiming that the New England Patriots player was wronged by the suspension in addition to claiming that “America has bigger problems.”

Obviously, one of those bigger problems is illegal immigration, and how immigration reform should be handled in America. Trump’s immigration stance has created a lot of controversy, but he also notes that 7.5 percent of all births in U.S. are to illegal immigrants, which makes for over 300,000 babies per year. Trump believes these so-called “anchor babies” are not right, and has called Jeb Bush to task.

“Now that I started my war on illegal immigration and securing the border, most other candidates are finally speaking up. Just politicians!” Trump wrote on Twitter. “Jeb Bush signed memo saying not to use the term anchor babies, offensive. Now he wants to use it because I use it. Stay true to yourself!”

According to Donald Trump, “Jeb Bush is weak on illegal immigration, in favor of common core, bad on women’s health issues and thinks the Iraq war was a good thing.” Trump also criticized Bush for using a “[P]hotoshopped photo for an ad which gives him a black left hand and much different looking body. Jeb just can’t get it right!”

Not everyone agrees that Trump’s plans for America are any better. Fox News host Dana Perino criticized Trump’s idea to fix illegal immigration by building a wall at the border, calling the immigration plan “totally unworkable, and impractical, and it will never happen.” She claimed Trump was “selling people a bill of goods to make them feel better,” since the plan called for Mexico to pay for the cost of the wall at the southern border. Meanwhile, Donald Trump’s poll numbers continue to grow, and earlier today, Trump highlighted this fact on Twitter.

To put the Reuters polling numbers in perspective, Trump used to have 24 percent only a week ago. Jeb Bush’ poll numbers dropped down to 16 percent, and Ben Carson is third with only eight percent.

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