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Heartbroken Ann Coulter Lashes Out at Donald Trump

Heartbroken Ann Coulter Lashes Out at Donald Trump”

The proposal has far more support from Republicans and GOP-leaning independents - 63 percent favor it - while 84 percent of Democrats oppose it.

This explains her harsh attacks on Trump this week for being an extremist whose campaign is dominated by prejudice and paranoia and who is dangerously unstable and temperamentally unfit for the presidency. He has not backed off his support for the wall.

Trump had said earlier this week that he would be open to a "softening" on immigration, and made a series of comments that indicated a path to legalization was likely as long as they paid taxes accumulated from their time living here illegally.

In comments broadcast on Fox News on Wednesday night, Trump said he would be willing to work with immigrants who have abided by USA laws while living in the country, backing away from his insistence during the primaries that he would try to deport all 11 million undocumented immigrants. I think Donald Trump, though, has shown a significant resilience, so I don't know how that actually happens.

Mr Trump, who changed his campaign team last week, has called Mexican immigrants rapists, and criminals, targeted a Hispanic judge in a civil case against him because his parents were Mexican and thrown a Hispanic-American journalist out of one of his press conferences.

But Trump, speaking Thursday at a meeting with minority Republicans at Trump Tower, emphasized that he's still "very strong on illegal immigration".

King said if Trump is wavering on his mass deportation policy, that would be against the rule of law.

"They're bringing drugs. They're bringing crime".

"No, there's not a path to legalization unless people leave the country, if they come back in and then they have to start paying taxes", he told CNN's Anderson Cooper in a pre-taped interview from Manchester, N.H. But he declined to explain how this would be done, and he declined to clarify whether he would attempt to round up other undocumented immigrants.

Hispanics make up a sizable and growing percentage of Florida's population. "I call on Hillary Clinton to disavow this video and her campaign for this sickening act that has no place in our world", he said. "It's Watergate all over again", he said.

"We were just talking off-set, and I have to say it", Brzezinski said.

Trump has always left himself wiggle room on immigration. He has appeared at rallies and on television with the loved ones of people killed by undocumented immigrants.

More than half, or 53 percent, meanwhile, said they have an unfavorable view of the former secretary of state, compared to 61 percent who said they have an unfavorable view of the GOP nominee, according to survey results.

Donald Trump has asked African American voters, "What the hell do you have to lose?" in supporting his candidacy for president. Until his actions were blocked by a federal court, the Obama administration meant to remove the threat of deportation from about half the illegal immigrant population, allowing those without criminal records and those who had been in the country for many years to begin a process that would eventually lead to legal status. Two-thirds of those surveyed said that undocumented immigrants are no more likely than USA citizens to commit serious crimes.

But there is a partisan rift on the issue.

If he wants to win the White House he has got to do something about his bad numbers in the African-American community.

The Republican presidential candidate said his opponents have wrongly smeared him and his supporters as racists, telling them, "Shame on you".



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