- Trump is reportedly planning to end birthright citizenship before he leaves office
- This will be a big blow to many people around the world if he signs the executive order
- Recall that all babies born in the United States are automatically granted American citizenship, regardless of the legal status of their parents
In what will be a big blow to many people around the world, the outgoing president of the United States of America, Donald Trump is reportedly seeking ways to end birthright citizenship before he leaves office.
According to Daily Mail, Trump is reportedly considering signing an executive order to end it.
The news outlet reports that under current law, all babies born in the United States are automatically granted citizenship, regardless of whether or not their parents are American.
However, an executive order signed by President Trump would likely put an end to such legal protections.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that the days of President Donald Trump seems to be almost over in the White House despite his refusal to acknowledge that he has been defeated by former vice president Joe Biden of the Democratic Party.
The reality that Trump has lost can be highlighted by the recent statement from Twitter when the social media giant through Nick Pacilio, one of its spokesperson told CNN that it would hand control of the @POTUS account to the new Biden administration on Inauguration Day.
The @POTUS account is the official account of the President of the United States.
Legit.ng also reported that Georgia had finished its statewide audit of the US presidential race, confirming that projected President-elect Joe Biden defeated President Donald Trump.
A news release from the secretary of state's office confirmed the completion of the statewide audit and its findings.
The recount resulted in officials in four counties discovering a total of about 5,800 votes. Trump has inched about 1,400 votes closer to Biden as a result but remains the loser.
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