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  • Trump doubles down on commitment to build border wall - Election Rewind

    In a much anticipated policy speech on Wednesday, Donald trump showed no "softening" of his stance on immigration. The Republican presidential candidate renewed his commitment to a border wall and deporting illegal immigrants. The fiery speech came hours after Trump met with Mexico's president, a move criticized by Hillary Clinton.

In a much anticipated policy speech on Wednesday, Donald trump showed no "softening" of his stance on immigration. The Republican presidential candidate renewed his commitment to a border wall and deporting illegal immigrants. The fiery speech came hours after Trump met with Mexico's president, a move criticized by Hillary Clinton. Cristina Rayas & Meta Viers/McClatchy
In a much anticipated policy speech on Wednesday, Donald trump showed no "softening" of his stance on immigration. The Republican presidential candidate renewed his commitment to a border wall and deporting illegal immigrants. The fiery speech came hours after Trump met with Mexico's president, a move criticized by Hillary Clinton. Cristina Rayas & Meta Viers/McClatchy

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