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These are the “dreamers”, men and women who arrived as minors with their parents and know no other country.

It will be a broadly unpopular move. It sits badly with America’s history as a country forged by migrants;?it affects about 800,000 young people;?and its abolition is opposed by some Republicans.

But it will be popular with Mr Trump’s base of support, the people who were blue collar workers until the jobs were outsourced to people with no collars at all and who wonder why they have paid a lifetime of taxes just to allow all-comers to cross the border illegally.