Trump may deport up to 3 million undocumented immigrantsBy Norman Carr Nov 17, 2016
Stahl asked Trump whether he plans to appoint a new Supreme Court justice that would overturn Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court ruling that legalized abortion in the country.
US President-elect Donald Trump is demanding that any of his supporters who are harassing people or destroying property "stop it".
Trump said he'd only heard "a very small amount" about the alleged attacks, and accused the media of making them sound worse. First of all, every major leader. has called me, I've spoken to many of them and I'll call the rest of them, but and I said, "Boy, this really shows you how powerful our country is".
He added: "Obviously, the public didn't care because I won the election very easily".
London, Washington - U.S. President-elect Donald Trump has said that he would fulfill his promise and deport up to three million undocumented immigrants upon taking office.
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She says hearing that Trump wants to deport 2-3 million is an improvement over what she heard during the campaign and similar to the immigration policy of the Obama administration, which already placed an emphasis on deporting immigrants with criminal records.
However, Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan said the words that Trump said on 60 Minutes contradicts his deportation plan.
"I've been trying to stay low, stay off the internet, stay out of this mess", said Phil Moncrief, who supported Hillary Clinton. It says that Trump is here for business and not to make money. Another said anyone who is undocumented is "treated like a second-class citizen in this country".
"Don't be afraid. We are going to bring our country back. But certainly, don't be afraid", he said.
"There's definitely a lot of tension as a result of misinformation, I think", he said. And if it helps, I'll say it right to the cameras: "Stop it". "We'll see what happens". "Sometimes, you need a certain rhetoric to get people motivated", he said. "It's got a long way to go, just so you understand". "It's a modern form of communication. They're here illegally", he stated.
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