In talking points agreed upon by Trump's Agricultural Advisory Committee, it said "Trump recognizes the unique labor challenges facing the American farm community and will include farmers and ranchers in the process of determining the best possible immigration policies". For instance, he told Stahl that he'll maintain coverage for people with pre-existing conditions, "because it happens to be one of the strongest assets" of the plan. According to the New York Times, President Obama has deported more than two million undocumented immigrants during his time in office. The problem for Trump was always going to be that he doesn't understand how the presidency works. "I think I have to by law take $1, so I'll take $1 a year".
Millona says the group is receiving a large number of phone calls from all over the state, hearing from people who are taking precautionary action in light of Trump's election and most recent statements.
"Are you really going to build a wall?"
For Donald Trump, it's America and Americans first.
Thousands of anti-Trump protestors demonstrated for the fifth consecutive day November 13 in major US cities, with some protestors turning violent over the weekend in Portland, Ore., according to media accounts.
I will deport 3 million undocumented immigrants.
He also confirmed he would forgo the $400,000 salary that comes with the office of US president.
Obama will get many questions about Trump on last major trip
In this November 9, 2016, photo, President Barack Obama pause while speaking in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington. And he said Trump tapped voters' anxiety, but also enthusiasm "in a way that was impressive". "That's powerful stuff.
Those who joined the program are now concerned the personal information they gave the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services could be used by the Trump administration to track them down and deport them to the countries of their birth.
Asked whether he was going avail the president's salary, 70-year-old Trump said, "No, I'm not gonna take the salary". "All I can tell you is we're going to get rid of ISIS". He's sought out immigration policy advice from Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach - the architect of Arizona's stringent SB 1070 law, which normalized racial profiling of Latinos - who warned on Tuesday that "no person living here illegally gets a free pass".
As for immigrants without criminal records who are residing in the USA illegally, many of whom are likely "terrific people", Trump said he will make a future determination on that once the border is secure.
Will Trump appoint Supreme Court justices determined to overturn Roe v. Wade? "I mean, it's done". I don't - I haven't made up my mind.
As for the dozens of acts of harassment and intimidation against minorities that have been reported this week, many of which were allegedly performed in his name, Trump said he's surprised to hear of them. "And so, in my own journey, it took me thirteen years to become an American". "It's scary. It's not like someone wakes up and says I'm getting an abortion but it's there for emergency purposes", said Castillo.
"It's the hardest thing in the world to fathom right now", he said.