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Will Trump pivot on immigration? Here are four ways to move the needle and make it work

Donald Trump is pushing back against claims that he might change his stance on illegal immigration. Earlier, he was expected to propose a new approach on Thursday in Colorado; now that speech has been cancelled. Still, there is speculation that, following his meeting with members of a new Hispanic advisory committee over the weekend, he might back off on plans to deport the 11 million people who are in the country illegally. I say, go for it. Mr. Trump’s hard stand on immigration has alienated not only the Hispanic community, but also many moderate Republicans. Though President Obama’s executive action to protect millions from deportation is not popular, most Americans applaud our country’s history of welcoming immigrants. But, most also want secure borders. Also, the deportation notion is an idea that was scorned by many as impractical and inhumane. (I reckoned it would take a bus convoy stretching more than 10,000 miles, or 6 times …

August 23, 2016 10:35 pm


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