Driven from every corner of the earth. . . direct their course to this happy country as their last asylum. Let us cherish the noble guests and shelter them.
— Samuel Adams, Speech Philadelphia (August 1, 1776)
A most appropriate reference to the devastation of today's immigrants' families is Fiddler on the Roof.
Everyone whose ancestors have borne oppression is in solidarity with those who suffer today, and Christopher Brauchli names Garcia de Rayos and Jeanette.
Clearly Mr Trump and his family never suffered oppression in their history, and that's a pity, as he has no regard for their merciless suffering.