Searches for the word "hombre", the Spanish word for "man", spiked 120,000% over the hourly average after Trump used the word, Merriam-Webster reported.
Her current immigration plan is no better, Trump noted. "I think it is an idea that would rip our country apart", she said. I want to build the wall.
"I do not want to see the deportation force that Donald has talked about in action in our country".
Trump fell back on hyperbole, claiming that "drugs are pouring in through the border" before transitioning from drug trafficking to undocumented immigrants, without missing a beat. Trump said in his Arizona address: "Cities that refuse to cooperate with federal authorities will not receive taxpayer dollars, and we will work with Congress to pass legislation to protect those jurisdictions that do assist federal authorities".
This called to mind Mike Pence's statement in the vice presidential debate that Tim Kaine had "whipped out that Mexican thing" after he brought up immigration. "Very unfair that somebody runs across the border [and] becomes a citizen", Trump said.
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They share the longest land border and they are deeply connected in terms of their societies, economies, laws and defense. The movement was brought to life by Toronto creative agency Garden Collective , according to The New York Times .
"Hillary Clinton wanted the wall", Trump said. "She should never have been allowed to run for the presidency".
Trump entered the final debate facing a string of sexual assault accusations from women who came forward after he denied in the previous contest that he had kissed or groped women without their consent. Trump invited four people whose family members were killed by undocumented immigrants, while Clinton called out 11-year-old Karla Ortiz, a US citizen whose parents are undocumented.
Look, immigration is certainly an issue that needs addressed.
The former secretary of state promised to integrate the thousands of undocumented immigrants into the American society presenting herself as an advocate of comprehensive immigration reforms that aim at keeping immigrant families together.
Could "bad hombres" be the same people who Trump was imagining when he claimed, in the June 2015 speech announcing his presidential campaign, that immigrants from Mexico to the USA were "bringing drugs" and "crime"? In August, Trump encouraged speculation that he was reconsidering his hardline stance on deportations, before confirming in early September that he would ramp up enforcement and attempt to drive out other undocumented immigrants by making it harder for them to live in the country. He added that "one of my first acts" would be to "get all of the drug lords" and get them out of the country.