How Trump, Clinton immigration plans would affect the US
Sep 04 2016 by Johnny Bowman
Donald Trump has responded to being called out by Mexico's president for lying about who will pay for his wall by throwing a fit and scheduling another immigration speech for next week in North Carolina. Alfonso Aguilar, the president of the Latino Partnership for Conservative Principles, said he feels "misled" by Trump and officially withdrew his support from the GOP candidate Thursday morning in a CNN interview.
Figueroa came to this country as an undocumented citizen.
While Democrats are hammering Trump for his foreign policies, Fox has learned the Republican nominee will receive his second national security briefing tomorrow in NY.
Trump told reporters during his afternoon appearance with Pena Nieto that the two men didn't discuss who would pay for a cost of construction pegged in the billions.
Democrats were out in full force today, decrying Donald Trump's proposed immigration plan. Clinton campaign chair John Podesta said in a statement, "This is embarrassing to Donald Trump and offensive to people who are impacted by and care about the very serious issue of immigration". That meeting was later followed by a campaign stop and rally in Arizona. He called Trump's speech the outline of "a coherent and workable strategy". A much more measured Trump described Mexicans as "amazing people" as he appeared alongside Pena Nieto in Mexico's capital.
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It would focus on removing illegal aliens that are most risky.
The Mexican president, however, later tweeted, "I made it clear that Mexico will not pay for the wall".
The Republican presidential nominee then inserted a line into his speech, which he delivered in Phoenix: "They don't know it yet but they're going to pay for the wall". "'We're gonna build a wall, we're gonna make Mexico ay for it.' But when he sat down and he looked President Peña Nieto in the eye, he didn't have the guts to bring that up", Kaine said.