President Trump’s call for a weekly report on crimes committed by immigrants will be difficult considering a 2015 study that shows “not only are immigrants less likely to commit serious crimes or be incarcerated than native-born residents, but high rates of immigration correlate with even lower rates of violent and property crimes.” In fact, only 1.6 percent of immigrant males age 18-39 are incarcerated, compared to 3.3 percent of similarly situated native-born individuals. This isn’t the first time we’ve seen Trump use incorrect or non-existant data to support his case for cracking down on immigrants. On his campaign trail, Trump said “thousands of Americans have been killed by illegal immigrants,” even though immigrants are disproportionately unlikely to be in prison. See more at