Parscale also stated that Trump will focus on the economy and health care.
President Trump's new immigration overhaul intends to put a larger focus on merit-based admission to the United States, rather than existing family connections within the country.
Brad Parscale, Trump's 2020 campaign manager, told "Fox & Friends" hosts on Friday morning that the president's new plan will bolster the American economy.
"This is winning issue for the president," Parscale said.
"We've had a broken system for nearly half a century. Countries like Korea, Japan, Australia, Canada have merit-based systems. Sometimes 60, 70% are merit-based. This, by the way, increases economy, wages, unemployment numbers stay up," he continued.