Peña Nieto once compared Trump to Hitler and Mussolini, but confirmed on Twitter that he had invited the Republican presidential hopeful “to discuss bilateral relations.”
U.S. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump tweeted on Sunday night that he would make a major speech on illegal immigration in Arizona on Wednesday.
A day after arguing that there are “gang members,” “killers,” and “bad people” that we need to “get out of this country,” Donald Trump is once again trying to contort himself into a new stance on undocumented immigrants living in the Unites States.
A day after it seemed the GOP nominee may be softening his views on immigration, calling for a “humane and efficient” process to deal with undocumented immigrants living here, he told Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly that undocumented immigrants could expect mass deportations under his presidency.
Violence and chaos in Iraq, Yemen, Afghanistan and Libya, combined with long-running conflicts elsewhere, are fueling the largest mass migration of people since World War II.
“I’m not flip-flopping,” Donald Trump to Fox News’ Steve Doocy. “We want to come up with one a really fair, but firm answer. That’s — it has to be very firm. But we want to come up with something fair.”