It is an understatement to say that Donald Trump is a hated man. Nothing he does seems to be right for people. His tweets and interviews are scrutinized for the purpose of fault finding and speeches are analyzed for inner meanings. Who among us can stand tall when everything we do is called into question? While he might not be a saint, is he that much of a sinner?

It was in the interests of his own people that he said in Iowa earlier this year, “those seeking admission into our country must be able to support themselves financially and should not use welfare for a period of at least five years.”

It is not like he invented the idea.

Across most of Africa and the countries to the east, this is a standard immigration policy. You have surely heard the expression, 'Africa is for Africans' so surely America should be for Americans!

Media condemnation

Ian Reifowitz, a contributor at Huffington Post wrote that a "large percentage of the American people think Donald Trump sucks at his job." This is such a pessimistic position to take on a man whose sole interest in the White House has been to fight for the rights and safety of Americans. He wants to look good doing it but that is not the point. The point is that he is doing it to his best of abilities. President Trump's predecessors were more politically correct but he does not have any interest in that.

He would rather get the job done than appease people.

Like an overzealous boss, Donald Trump sometimes overstep his bounderies but everything he is doing is within his campaign promises. He said he wanted to make 'America Great Again.' And what better ways are there to make America great, than to first make Americans great? By ensuring that the social welfare is enjoyed by U.S.

natives and not by immigrants, he has abundantly delivered on a campaign promise.

The U.S. takes more immigrants than any other country in the world. The Pew Research Org pointed out that a couple of years ago "by a wide margin, the U.S. has more immigrants than any other country in the world." By 2015, the United Nations estimated that "46.6 million people living in the United States were not born there." Millions of people want to move there and most of them come from the developing world.

America cannot afford to keep taking them in as to survive economically, a nation must make the hard choice of either bringing more people onto the over-crowded ship and risk sinking, or maintain the lives of the ones who are already in it.

America cannot take any more people in

It is said sometimes said that a father will find creative means to accommodate family members no matter how hard it becomes. However, a father's first duty is to make sure that his kids are taken care of. That is exactly what Donald Trump wants to do. He want to make sure that the jobs in America and the welfare support structure are for kept for Americans first.

The more immigrants that there are in America, the more wages are driven down.

According to The National Academy of Sciences "On average, immigration causes the wages of competing American workers to go down by 5.2 percent. Immigration redistributes approximately $500 billion in wages from American workers to employers of low-wage immigrants." These are the jobs and money that could have gone to American workers but now they have been handed out to someone who is not part of the family.

America has tried its best to be accommodating in the past but now is the time to take care of itself and its own. You can't spend most of your welfare money on immigrants while the ones that it was originally made for suffer. Donald Trump' mind is set on restoring everything that other nationals have taken away from Americans and why is that a bad thing?

Americans have to wake up to the fact that they need The President to continue on the path of restoring citizens rights to jobs, homes, health, and happiness.

What is wrong with a president who wants to right the wrongs against his own peope? Did you know that Amercian citizens get less social secuity than immigrants? According to a paper cited by the National Bureau of Economic Research, "For their first two decades of work in the United States, immigrants earning $10,000 or more per year receive 70 to 80 percent of the Social Security benefits paid for a full work life by native born Americans."