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Donald Trump Flips on Immigration: Trump Follows President Obama’s Lead Now Supporting POTUS Position to Give Illegal Immigrants a Path to Citizenship
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Donald Trump Flips on Immigration: Trump Follows President Obama’s Lead Now Supporting POTUS Position to Give Illegal Immigrants a Path to Citizenship

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It’s been reported that Donald Trump was in several elections, perhaps he is leaning toward his Democratic roots now that he appears to be somewhat supporting President Obama’s view on giving Illegal Immigrants in America a path to citizenship. I’m sure Hillary Clinton would be the best candidate to address the immigration issue because the problem requires focused and consistent leadership. Based on Trump’s interview the other day, as of now he does not think it is possible to deport millions of Illegal Immigrants as he thought last week.

I always knew Donald Trump’s disdain for President Obama is rooted in his admiration for a man to come from nothing to become the first Black President. Trump will most likely not become President and he was born with a silver spoon in his mouth.

Barack Obama and Donald Trump might not be so far apart on illegal immigration

By Jeffry Bartash, Market Watch – Forget mass deportation. As the 2016 presidential vote draws near, underdog Donald Trump is suddenly talking like President Barack Obama on immigration.

In several speeches and interviews this week, Trump has backed off his pledge to deport every single illegal immigrant in the United States. The recalibration of his once-stark views on immigration come just a few weeks after a campaign shakeup aimed at halting his deteriorating position in the polls.

The businessman turned Republican presidential candidate now suggests he might not deport all 11 million illegal immigrants, a position that Trump and his advisers appear to believe has hurt him with moderate voters they are desperate to court.

“To take a person that has been here for 15 or 20 years and throw them and the family out, it’s so tough,” Trump said in an interview with conservative host Sean Hannity of Fox News. Read the rest of the story here.