Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, in a major address on illegal immigration yesterday, promised to build an “impenetrable, physical, tall, powerful, beautiful” wall across the southern border— and also outlined nine other specifics ranging from fixing the broken entry-exit visa system to implementing nationwide e-verify and ending sanctuary cities. The address prompted InsiderAdvantage CEO Phil Kent, a gubernatorial appointee to Georgia’s Immigration Enforcement Review Board (IERB), to praise his “solid” proposals and note that “Georgia had the foresight to already implement some of Trump’s proposals when the General Assembly passed a law in 2011 to ensure a legal workforce.” 

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