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Teresa And Joe Giudice’s Daughter Gia Starts Petition Asking President Donald Trump To Stop Her Dad’s Deportation!

After Joe Giudice lost his appeal in his deportation case, Gia Giudice, his oldest daughter with Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice is doing everything she can in efforts to keep Joe Giudice from being deported to his native Italy.

On Tuesday, April 23, Gia started a petition on asking President Donald Trump to stop her father’s deportation, according to Us Weekly.

In the petition, Gia describes her father as “a businessman, a husband, father to four young women all under the age of 19, son, brother, uncle and friend to many.” She admits he was “found guilty of NON Violent offenses” — referring to his and Teresa’s 2014 guilty plea to mail, wire and bankruptcy fraud charges — but points out that her parents “ought tirelessly to pay back every single penny of restitution [the] court deemed they owe.”

She continues: “My father is there for us in every possible way a father could be. He has always been our handyman, our [confidante], our cheerleader, our challenger and most importantly our protector. This [deportation] would rob us of my father screaming from the stands at our graduations, meeting our future husbands for the first time, of walking us down the aisle, of being there when his grandchildren come into the world.”

“We request that our President, Donald J Trump, review our petition and pardon my father to relieve him of this life sentence the courts are bestowing on him,” she concludes. “Yes in Italy he will no longer be incarcerated but will he ever be free if kept from his family and be able to be a productive member of society?”

The message is signed by Gia, Teresa, and Gia’s three sisters: Gabriella, Milania, and Audriana. In just two days, more than 50,000 supporters added signatures to the petition.

Many of Giudice's co-stars have shared the petition on their social media pages including Dolores Catania, Jennifer Aydin, Melissa Gorga and also Dina Manzo to name a few.

You can view the online petition here:

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