The Syrian Refugee Crisis And The United States

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Refugees and Politicians As President Barack Obama said, “Apparently they are scared of widows and orphans coming into the United States of America” (Darcy). The Syrian refugee crisis is a huge subject of discussion during this presidential race and the results of this election, whether Republican or Democratic, will be the difference between helping or hurting this migration. The Syrian refugee crisis has been a worldwide problem since the civil war started in 2011. The death toll quickly rose as the violence got out of hand. The next president is going to ultimately decide the fate of tens of thousands of Syrian refugees, innocent men, women and children. Currently our president is going to allow up to 10,000 Syrian refugees to find safe haven in the US. Every single presidential candidate has their own stance on the issue, Republicans lean towards restriction of the refugee policy, while Democrats lean towards loosening it. Believe it or not the President of the United States is known as one of the most powerful men in the world. United States of America presidential election has always been headline news, this presidential race is no different. There are many issues going on in the world that will continue to lead to big talking points come this election. President Barack Obama has been very pro Syrian refugee from the beginning of the conflict in Syria. I feel like these two things have so much to do with each other because this next presidential election is going to

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