I try to be pragmatic. I don't want to beautify my speech basing it on the moral view of
the problem and I'm not surely an expert, but in my opinion Trump should find a middle ground on
his decision of building a wall between the USA and Mexico. I recognize that his idea isn't
completely wrong and visionary, because I can't imagine the problems that Americans are facing
with illegal immigration and all the consequences, and even if travelling is in the human nature,
today is sometimes necessary to set some limits, but I think that there is always a solution for every
Secondly, did Trump think about the cost of his wall? After having caused the longest
shutdown, hasn't he thought about a cheaper solution?
The best thing to do in these cases is to think about other solutions that aren't neither too radical
nor too expensive.
Maybe he should impose his ideas in other ways, such as an higher control of the
borders (letting enter only legal immigrants or those who obtain the status of asylum seeker
refugees), because not all Mexicans coming to America are going to sell illegal substances or to do
nothing useful for the society; there are a lot of them living in misfortunes with their family and
really looking for a job and a new hope.
Is it wrong to give these people a chance? If you were in such a situation, wouldn't you want someone to welcome you?