Donald Trump: ‘I’m not flip-flopping’ on immigration

Trump promised in an interview Monday that he would deliver a “fair but firm” policy toward the 11 million immigrants living in the United States illegally.

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has been reading his poll numbers and realising he has to appeal more to Hispanic, black and other minority voters if he is to have any chance of winning the U.S. presidential election on November 8th. The battleground state features a critical Senate race this year, but Trump has all but ignored the OH state party.

Editorial Page Editor Paul Gigot on hints that Donald Trump may modify his mass deportation promise. He has also vowed to build a massive wall along the US border and have Mexico pay for it. “And Mexico will pay for it”, Mr. Trump said. “That wall will go up so fast your head will spin”.

Trump at several recent rallies has urged African-American voters to support him, pledging that his public safety and economic policies will improve their quality of life while suggesting that Democrats had taken them for granted.

Missouri hasn’t been a presidential battleground state since 2008 and hasn’t favored a Democrat for president since Bill Clinton carried the state in 1996. Trump’s national finance chairman Steven Mnuchin said it was a strategic decision not to transfer the money right away.

“The first thing we’re gonna do, if and when I win, is we’re gonna get rid of all of the bad ones“, Trump told O’Reilly.

“I think it’s ridiculous that they’re not”, Trump said. And while taping a town hall Tuesday evening in Austin, Texas, for Fox News, Trump said in response to a question from moderator Sean Hannity: “There certainly can be a softening because we’re not looking to hurt people”.

While Democratic lawmakers these days hardly utter the name Merrick Garland, President Obama’s stalled nominee for the high court, Republicans have railed against the possibility of Clinton appointing someone more liberal, should she emerge victorious on Election Day.

Clinton campaign officials said that Trump is misrepresenting the work of the Clinton Foundation, while at the same time refusing to release his own tax returns.

“I just get the feeling, we’re going to win in a landslide.”

In an August 7 ABC News/Washington Post poll, Trump garnered only 2 percent support from black registered voters, trailing his rival Hillary Clinton by 90 points.

FEC filings show Trump began increasing his campaign’s Trump Tower rent beginning in late May when it paid $72,800 for the space.

Andrew Weinstein and more than 100 other Republicans wrote an open letter to Priebus earlier this month urging the RNC to ditch Trump and focus on Senate and House candidates.

Whether Trump is shifting on immigration is still up for debate, but the discussion concerning possibly creating a pathway to legalization for illegal immigrants seems to be raging among the Trump team.

He also said the Justice Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation “can’t be trusted” to investigate the foundation after declining to prosecute Clinton over the email scandal.

He has repeatedly called attention to Clinton’s voice, saying listening to her gives him a headache.

TRUMP: He says the border isn’t adequately protected.

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