Undocumented immigrants in the U.S. are in trouble. Donald Trump confirmed in an interview with '60 Minutes' that he would be either deporting or imprisoning between 2-3 million immigrants. Can you imagine the look on a seven year old's face when he is told that his father will be going away? Neither can I. It's ridiculous that Trump managed to get into the White House in the first place and it's time for the public to act.

A Need for Public Opposition.

The vocal critics of the protesters following the 2016 election seem to be ignoring a simple fact.

This is not the same as the Al Gore and George Bush race that happened more than a decade ago. This time the battle is for the people who will be kicked out of the country because of their background. Trump's dislike for immigrants even had him propose that a wall should be built between the border of Mexico and the U.S.

Really? Isn't America supposed to be the land of opportunity? It looks like Donald Trump is willing to give some people more of a chance than others. And there's been nowhere where that's more true than in his latest appointment to the Cabinet.

Steve Bannon as Chief Strategist.

Trump's latest appointment is in line with his immigration policies. It certainly looks like he's most interested in keeping the country as white as possible. If you don't know about Bannon, here's a brief synopsis. He's the head of Breitbart, a right leaning website that does it's best to promote a political climate that strips down feminism, political correctness, and women in general.

Don't believe me? Just check out a few of the provocative headlines that have been listed on the website.

It's unfortunate and sad to see this from Donald Trump. I won't go into much depth in this article, but another article explains just how awful Trump's choice was after his election.

What Now?

We've heard words but haven't yet seen action from Donald Trump. There's still a chance that the man flip flops again and suddenly decides to change his immigration policy. But it's pretty hard to see that happening when Trump centered his entire campaign around immigration.

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