'But I’ve tried to live a good life': Trump-supporting California minister now faces deportation
Jorge Ramirez (left-center) surrounded by his family (image via Twitter).

When Jorge Ramirez, an undocumented minister in Oceanside, California, encouraged his daughter (who is a citizen) to vote for President Donald Trump, he didn't expect that his favorite candidate's policies would lead to his deportation.


But according to the San Diego Union Tribune, Ramirez is awaiting deportation all the same. He's been in a detention facility since May, when Border Patrol staked his house out and detained him.

“Trump said, ‘Let’s keep all the good people here and all the bad people out,’” Ramirez, who both doesn't have a criminal record and has not previously been given a deportation order, told the Union Tribune.

“That’s great, but I’m here,” Ramirez said. “If I’m here, anybody can be here. I’m not saying I’m the best person in the world, but I’ve tried to live a good life.”

Despite Trump issuing the executive order that led to his ordered deportation, Ramirez, who came to the United States at age 11, said he still supports the president and considers himself a Republican.