What do you think about Trump's fast track deportation policy?

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In summary, the policy which goes into effect Tuesday allows law enforcement to stop any one for any reason and demand they prove they a US citizen for at least 2 years, including naturally born US citizens. If you cannot do that, you can face being detained and/or deportation without due process. Basically, you will not be allowed in front of an immigration judge or plead your case to anyone.
What do you think about Trump's fast track deportation policy?
This isn't a new policy, but it used to only be restricted to those only entering the US immediately and within 60km from the border. Now it's being expanded to anyone who lives in America, and is targeting anyone who cannot prove citizenship when asked for it. So, basically, everyone needs to carry proof they are citizens no matter where they go.

The only ones who are exempt are those who have a fear of returning home and have passed an initial screening interview for asylum.
Great idea, even if it effects American Citizens
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Step in the right direction, but it needs to be fixed so US citizens aren't impacted
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Terrible idea for various reasons (please list)
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