Trump vows ‘fair, but firm’ approach to illegal immigration

“In fact, I guess they said the two assets they were talking about were – they went out and did an appraisal – I think they said United States dollars 3.7 billion”. Hispanic business and religious leaders who would like to see Trump move in a more inclusive direction, have reported closed-door conversations with Trump in which they say he has signaled possibly embracing a less punitive immigration policy that focuses on “compassion” along with the rule of law.

“He obviously has some very strong feelings and policy prescriptions with respect to immigration, but he’s speaking to people to understand how to execute on those ideas”, she said.

“I’ll be able to make sure that when you walk down the street in your inner city, or wherever you are, you’re not gonna be shot”. And I ask you this, I ask you this – crime, all of the problems – to the African-Americans, who I employ so many, so many people, to the Hispanics, tremendous people: What the hell do you have to lose?

“The campaign is kind of being run in a little bit of a … you know …”

[Photo by Gerald Herbert/AP Images] Trump returned to speaking about the African-American labor force and said almost four in 10 African-American children live in poverty.

The black unemployment rate is about 9 percent – again, too high but nothing like the impression Trump seeks to give.

Donald Trump, tempering the tone of his hard-line approach to tackling immigration reform for a general election audience, avoided endorsing his previous call for mass deportations on Monday and instead said he wants to come up with a “really fair” plan to address the millions of undocumented immigrants now in the country.

A new style was immediately evident as Trump, in a first, offered regrets for any remarks that had caused offense, stuck with his teleprompter at a series of events, and paid a visit to flood-ravaged Louisiana, where he briefly helped unload a truck of supplies.

Trump has aides dedicated to African-American outreach.

Leaving Trump’s claims aside, most Republicans understand (or at least should) that their party has much ground to make up against the Democrats if it is to have any hope of winning a national election.

Clinton said Wednesday in a CNN interview that Trump “is taking a hate movement mainstream”.

The campaign says in a statement the rent hike came as the Trump team expanded from only the fifth floor to also include the entire 14th and 15th floors.

Elsewhere, the FEC filings showed Trump’s golf courses and restaurants had been paid more than $260,000 since mid-May, but what that money is going to is not exactly clear. The Huffington Post reports her suites of Brooklyn offices costs the campaign $212,000 a month. “If you are here illegally, you have to stay out.” she said.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *