Have you heard? I hope you have. Lots of European leaders feel just like I do about immigration from the south. They can’t build a wall like mine, but they’d like to. Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz, a bright young guy who’s only thirty-one, wants a Rome-Berlin-Vienna “axis of the willing against illegal immigration.” Okay, maybe he shouldn’t have said axis, but at least he wasn’t talking about Rome-Berlin-Tokyo. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbon’s already doing something I may have to do here. He’s jailing “individuals and nongovernmental organizations for assisting undocumented migrants.” Lock illegal employers up and fewer illegal aliens will come. Matteo Salvini, Italy’s interior minister, is also a very tough guy who says, “We need a mass cleansing, street by street, piazza by piazza, neighborhood by neighborhood.” I better invite them and other nationalists to the White House for a summit meeting on international immigration.