Trump immigration speech expected to focus on border security, not deportation

Trump now appears to have settled on a new manner of discussing his immigration views, if not a revised stance. He will focus on border security, as has been the tack of many Republicans, while leaving the question of illegal immigrants already in the country to sort out later.

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“He wasn’t softening on anything. He didn’t change his stance on anything,” Donald Trump Jr. said Tuesday on CNN. But while Donald Trump still plans to deport illegal immigrants in the country, his son insisted, “You have to start with baby steps.”

As Trump shifts his focus to border security, he will not budge on his signature proposal to build a border wall at Mexico’s expense — which has literally become a rallying cry among his supporters at Trump’s events.

“We’re going to build a wall, we’re going to secure our borders, we’re going to enforce our immigration laws, we’re going to end sanctuary cities, we’re going to pass E-Verify, we’re going to uphold the Constitution,” Miller said.

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