Washington: U.S. President Donald Trump has left an attempt to add a question about citizenship in the 2020 census. Instead, they have decided to get information about this through other means.
During a program in the White House Rose Garden on Thursday, Trump said, "The commercial department decided to include the question of citizenship in practically 2020 census, as did many such times in America's history is.'
According to a report by the news agency Efe, while referring to the cases, he said, "Unfortunately, due to quality lawsuits, delays were delayed." Due to these lawsuits, the Supreme Court had to make a decision that the administration should tell why it is important to add this question.
The Supreme Court has given the verdict that the administration needs a better argument to link the question. This question was last added in the 1950 census.
The President said that delays in resolving legal issues would prevent us from fulfilling the census on time. He said that we are adopting a new option to ensure timely and full count of non-citizen population.