Congressman Frank Pallone wants Trump Admin. to cut back on toxic rhetoric

News from India West

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Congressman Frank Pallone Jr., co-founder of the Congressional Caucus on India and Indian Americans, held a discussion with South Asian community leaders in Edison, N.J. earlier this week, India West reports.

They focused on the recent executive orders on immigration and the rise in hate crimes.

Pallone said, “I will push the Trump administration to do more to combat the growing number of hate crimes throughout our nation and step back from the toxic rhetoric on immigration, race and religion that is dividing our nation.”

Pallone is also a cosponsor of the Statue of Liberty Values Act 2.0, which would take away funds and legal authority to execute Trump’s discriminatory executive order on immigration.

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