After Las Vegas, US President Barack Obama will now pitch his voice in Chicago seeking support from the community leaders for his new executive actions on bringing reforms in the country’s immigration law.
The President is scheduled to speak to Chicago’s community leaders on Tuesday, while Congress is on recess during the Thanksgiving holiday.
The American President is leaving no stone unturned to invite as many support for his decisions for bypassing the Congress enacting his executive actions that could save nearly five million illegal immigrants from the deportation threat.
Obama is scheduled to speak at Chicago’s pre-dominantly Polish-American side on the series of measures he will be taking to repair the broken immigration policy of the country.
During his address, the President’s main focus would be to make the immigrants, as a whole, to understand the benefits of the proposed reforms and not just in the Latino community.
However, sources say the GOP is likely to retaliate but no plan has been revealed so far.
During his address, the President is expected to underline the efforts to be made by the White House in the direction of mending the country’s immigration policy. Obama will also highlight the economic advantages of his executive actions.
The Chicago visit is President Obama’s second trip outside Washington where he will draw attention to his executive actions, which he has announced on Thursday. The President has spoken last week in Las Vegas, another city with a large Latino population.