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Italian immigrants accomplished nothing except continue the tradition of hyphenated-Americanism where they had allegiance to a country that they never set foot in like the Germans and Irish here. I'm very particular about who should be able to come to this country and who'd be able to integrate and assimilate well. Germans, Italians, and the Irish were the biggest mistake while the British, Swiss, and Dutch were some of the greatest. But I will admit, there are always some exceptions to the rules like Nikola Tesla. But did Tesla feel like an American?



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