On Monday, the President scolded the Democrats for opposing a citizen question on the 2020 census report.
THE PRESIDENT: Trump tweeted a very outspoken tweet about the 2020 Census Report and the Dems refusing to have a citizenship question on it.
Can you believe that the Radical Left Democrats want to do our new and very important Census Report without the all important Citizenship Question. Report would be meaningless and a waste of the $Billions (ridiculous) that it costs to put together!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 1, 2019
HOUSE OF OVERSIGHT AND REFORM COMMITTEE: The Democrat-led House of Oversight and Reform Committee is scheduled to vote to issue subpoenas to Commerce Secretary, Wilbur Ross and Attorney General William Barr over their decision to add a citizenship question on the 2020 census.
THE HOUSE: The House Panel is doing everything in their power to overturn or stop a citizenship question in the next census.
DEMOCRATS: Some Dems think the question is too much of a revealing question and will not build up an accuracy number in the 2020 census.
THE COMMERCE DEPARTMENT: In 2018, the Commerce Department agreed to add a citizenship question in the next census and Ross said it would better enforce the voting rights act.
THE SUPREMES: The Supremes will put the citizenship question in the 2020 census up for arguments and debates very soon for the second time.
CITIZENSHIP QUESTION IN 2020 CENSUS:
Census data is used to redraw congressional districts, which determine how many House seats each state receives and how many Electoral College votes they can cast in presidential elections.
The count also determines how federal funding is divided up among states.
Therefore, the Citizenship question will allow the census to have the credibility in the data.
CONCLUSION: The President has added a citizenship question onto the 2020 Census and Democrats are not taking it well at all and are fighting about it in the House and are ready to take it to the Supreme Court, Democrats have also tried to vote on issuing subpoenas for Commerce Secretary Ross and AG William Barr for adding the question to it already. Ross says the questions will enforce the Voting Right Act more properly.
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