Donald Trump Plans on Executing Immigration Plan Through ‘Management’

“George, it’s called management”, Trump replied. “I’m going to get great people that know what they are doing”.


It has at times become a way to avoid taking a stand on more contentious immigration issues, such as whether the millions of people in the country illegally should be offered a path to citizenship or at least legal status.

“We have lost control of our country“, he added. The government has no idea how many illegals [are here].

“I’ve been talking about China for years, because China is bad. Nobody has any idea”.

Gallup did not measure Hispanics’ views on Trump prior to his presidential announcement in June, and thus can’t quantify how many votes Trump’s remarks about immigration have cost him.

“Look, I know the people that want something“.

Despite the nativist delusions of Mr. Trump and similar extremists, the United States is not going to expel millions of undocumented immigrants.

“Oh, you’ll hear it, George”, Trump replied.

Another candidate, former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee, told Fox News Sunday, that he doesn’t want to answer Trump questions because doing so would only “give him more coverage” than he is already getting.

He also took on Mrs. Clintonwho remains under siege for her use of private email while secretary of state – and Vice President Joseph R. Biden, who appears to be inching closer to entering the race.

The billionaire Republican front-runner assailed hedge fund managers in a Sunday appearance on CBS’ Face the Nation in which he portrayed himself as a champion of the middle class.

Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders both jumped on Monday’s news of a plummeting stock market to argue that the volatility makes the case for their very different campaigns.

Wallace, a fierce opponent of civil rights, served as governor of Alabama and sought the presidency multiple times. “And the first thing we have to do is secure the border. It’s the wrong thing”, he said. “We need great security”, the former host of “The Apprentice” said. You see, what we’re watching isn’t simply another nomination battle.

On his own visit to the Mexican border Monday, Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush denounced Donald Trump’s immigration plan as unrealistic and expensive.

“Read my lips”, Carson said. Some of them, I couldn’t care less about.

Trump is just about as likely to be named as the Republicans’ second choice as each of the other top four. “A woman sent in $7.23 the other day“.


Every campaign, candidates “hold up some bright, shiny object_’Oh, let’s talk about birthright citizenship, ‘” Carly Fiorina said on NBC’s “Meet the Press“.

Eric Gay  AP