Trump breaks with immigration proposal

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Two Trump surrogates suggested on Sunday morning news shows that the GOP presidential nominee's policies were directed exclusively at the criminal element among the undocumented and that there would not be a mass deportation of the estimated 11 million illegal immigrants in the country, despite Trump insisting Wednesday that "anyone who has entered the United States illegally is subject to deportation".

Clinton powered through a coughing fit at a Labor Day festival at a Cleveland park, sharply criticizing Trump's recent trip to Mexico as "an embarrassing global incident".

Among young people overall, 47 percent say they think Trump would better handle securing the border, 26 percent say Clinton would, and 18 percent say neither would.

Trump, however, was direct on Wednesday. As with any law enforcement activity, we will set priorities.

"Anyone who has entered the United States illegally is subject to deportation".

He then talked about screening refugees, and no one who has seen the brutality wreaked by the Islamic State and other Islamic terror groups should object to that.

"The speech was delivered in a dramatic style because it was a rally audience". "And when all of that happens, then, as a nation, he said we can give consideration to how we resolve issues around those that remain". "The policies are largely directed toward criminal illegal immigrants".

Instead, Trump focused on the need to secure the border and deport undocumented immigrants who have committed crimes in the U.S. and those who have overstayed their visas, and left the door open to reexamining the cases of the remaining millions of undocumented immigrants.

It started when he kicked off his presidential campaign with a speech that denigrated Mexican immigrants as "criminals" and "rapists" and promised to build a wall on the southern border of the United States. "There is no paperwork", Trump said of Syrian refugees coming to the USA, whose number he greatly exaggerated. We now know there will be no "pivot" in his campaign playbook. More telling, she said, "we've never had the nominee of one of our major parties urging the Russians to hack". Even Norway is in the process of building a wall to secure its northeastern border with Russian Federation against illegal incursions.

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"I just know that I would like to vote for Donald Trump".

After almost two weeks of mixed and confusing signals on immigration, Donald Trump has ended up pretty much where he started. "That is not the kind of America he wants".

"I am trying to encourage Donald Trump to dump whomever the moron is who told him Americans are staying up at night anxious about how people who broke our laws entering, broke our laws staying here, broke our laws taking jobs, how comfortable they are", Coulter told ABC News.

At a joint press conference after the meeting, Trump said the pair discussed his campaign promise to build a border wall but not which country would pay for it. Pena Nieto said on Twitter on Wednesday night he had "made it clear" Mexico would not be paying for the wall.

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump attends a church service in Detroit, Michigan, September 3.

"We're going to make that decision into the future", Trump said. In fact, the wall is largely beside the point. Conway, asked directly on "This Week" whether the Mexican president is "lying" about their encounter, said "they disagreed on that conversation".

"I just don't think she has a presidential look".

Trump sounded more poetic than Maya Angelou: "On day one, we will begin working on an impenetrable, physical, tall, powerful, attractive Southern border wall".