Donald Trump Flip-Flopped On Immigration And Got Called Out For It
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Megyn Kelly asked Donald Trump if his comments on immigration were “just playing to people’s fantasies.”
When Donald Trump kicked off his Presidential bid in June 2015, he chose to run on a very tough and unforgiving anti-immigration platform. At the 11th GOP Presidential Debate, a well-coordinated ambush set up by Fox News forced the reality television star to address the fact that what he’s says, doesn’t match up with what he’s done in the past.
According to Buzzfeed, Trump told the New York Times that he wasn’t really serious about deporting more than 11 million people. We legit believe he said this, not because he’s had a change of heart, but because it would be a logistical nightmare to pull off. Also, Trump is smart enough to realize that he’ll win over the anti-immigrant/xenophobic vote simply by saying he’s going to do something about it.
We’d never thought we’d see the day where we’d be on Fox News’ side, but, then again, politics does make strange bedfellows. At the end of the day, Trump needs to be stopped by any means necessary, even if that means siding with someone who has a history of saying f*cked up shit about minorities.
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