VIDEO: Pro-Trump alien and onetime ‘Illegal Alien’ runs for Congress as a Republican


A pro-Trump alien and Republican congressional candidate who initially came to the U.S. illegally told Fox News she was a “illegal alien” for 16 years and “it’s not a good life.”

“I don’t wish that life upon anybody and that’s why I feel the need to speak up now, because the narrative from the left is not portraying that side of the story well,” Whittney Williams told “Fox & Friends.”

The article goes on to state the following:

Williams arrived in the U.S. at age 10 with her family, which she said came on a tourist visa. She and her family overstayed their visa, living in the U.S. illegally.

“I was basically called a illegal alien,” Williams, now 37, said while also noting she did not speak English at the time.

Williams is running against Democrat Rep. Haley Stevens in Michigan’s 11th Congressional District, who grabbed the seat last year previously held by retiring Republican Rep. Dave Trott.

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