Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.The first obligation of every president of the United States since the founding of our nation has always been to protect the American people from harm. President Trump invoked his powers under the Constitution and under laws to do this when he ordered illegal immigrants and asylum seekers to be immediately deported to combat the spread of the coronavirus.Predictably, the president’s critics blasted his action as anti-immigrant hysteria – an irrational act motivated by his supposed hatred of immigrants. But nothing could be further from the truth.It’s unfortunate that as a deadly pandemic sweeps across most of the world, President Trump’s political opponents can’t put political rhetoric and ideology aside and agree that we should do whatever we can legally do to reduce the terrible toll of serious illness and death the coronavirus is taking in our country.TOM HOMAN: CORONAVIRUS SHOULDN’T FORCE ICE TO RELEASE DETAINED ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTSThe president’s action, announced March 20, requires Border Patrol agents to immediately send people entering our country illegally or seeking asylum from Mexico or Canada back to those countries, without being detained or processed. With the vast


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