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Trump Supporter Thought Trump Would Help His Florida Business Be Successful, But Now He’s Being Deported

Mexican-born Francisco Javier Gonzalez, the manager of the Palm Beach restaurant Pizza Al Fresco, hoped that Trump would be elected president during the 2016 election. Now that his hopes have been realized, Gonzalez is facing deportation thanks to Trump’s new immigration policy.

 

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“I knew that 90 percent of my customers wanted him to be the president, and I had a feeling that it was good for us, for the economy, and I thought that people would be happy and spend more money,” Gonzalez recently told The Intercept.

 

States when he was 15. He married a U.S. citizen and has three daughters, and has no criminal record. He’s routinely checked in with Immigration and Customs Enforcement in Broward County, who granted him a deportation stay in 2016. That won’t be enough under Trump’s law.

 

 

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“When you cross the border illegally, you don’t think of any of it — you’re just looking for a better life, you want to be at a better place,” Gonzalez told The Intercept. “You don’t think you’re committing a crime.”

The Palm Beach community came to his rescue, filing a petition that delayed his meeting with ICE by three months. However, it might not be enough to keep him in the United States.  “While today was an important victory and a significant step in this process, this cause will continue and is far from over,” he wrote. “We look forward to additional progress in the months ahead, with the hope that when Javier again must report to DHS/ICE in less than three months, we will be able to achieve additional — and hopefully permanent — success.”

 

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“When you cross the border illegally, you don’t think of any of it — you’re just looking for a better life, you want to be at a better place,” Gonzalez told The Intercept. “You don’t think you’re committing a crime.”

The Palm Beach community came to his rescue, filing a petition that delayed his meeting with ICE by three months. However, it might not be enough to keep him in the United States.  “While today was an important victory and a significant step in this process, this cause will continue and is far from over,” he wrote. “We look forward to additional progress in the months ahead, with the hope that when Javier again must report to DHS/ICE in less than three months, we will be able to achieve additional — and hopefully permanent — success.”

 

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