Phoenix preps for Trump speech Wednesday

Cheryl Sanders
September 1, 2016

Bishop Wayne T. Jackson will host Trump for an interview beginning at 11 a.m. Saturday on the Impact Network in front of his Great Faith Ministries International congregation, according to a statement the Trump campaign released late Sunday night.

Trump notes that he is under pressure to lay out his immigration policy in a speech that he gave in Iowa over the weekend.

"On day one, I am going to begin swiftly removing criminal illegal immigrants from this country - including removing the hundreds of thousands of criminal illegal immigrants that have been released into US communities under the Obama-Clinton administration".

Trump signaled his shift in thinking to Fox News' Sean Hannity during a town hall that aired last week by suggesting he might allow some immigrants to stay: "There's no amnesty, but we would work with them".

At a private fundraiser in East Hampton Monday, Clinton told supporters that she is "running against someone who will say or do anything".

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump shakes hands as he arrives to a campaign rally at Xfinity Arena of Everett, Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2016, in Everett, Wash.

Donald Trump promises to be tough on immigration, but as a business owner, Trump has been exposed as a criminal who breaks the nation's immigration laws. "No citizenship. No more sanctuary cities".

"Obviously, these defections are creating a real problem electorally for Mr. Trump", said Peter Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University poll.

Trump may attempt to clear up his contradictory views on mass deportation on August 31, when he's scheduled to deliver a speech in Phoenix, Ariz., about illegal immigration.

But Gonzalez is pleased that Trump seems to be softening his immigration stance, and said Trump is more "open-minded" about Christian values than Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, whose pro-abortion rights and pro-gay marriage stances go against his religious beliefs.

Trump also has his detractors in the Valley. But none could address whether Trump still favored a deportation force. Plus, an estimated 60 percent of the undocumented immigrant population has been in the United States for more than 10 years. Many of them have children who are citizens. He didn't say, 'Well my policies now changed.' He didn't say that. Mother Jones contacted three of the models directly, and reviewed the court records of a fourth model who sued the agency.

The Trump campaign confirmed details of the NY businessman's visit to Detroit in a statement released by Pastor Mark Burns, a prominent African-American television evangelist from SC who has become a surrogate for Trump. The models? Not so much. Combined results showed only two percent said they had a favorable view of both candidates and 35 percent didn't view either favorably.

However, Donald Trump Jr.

LUCHA, an affiliate of People's Action, plans to stage a "cultural block party" outside Trump's immigration speech.

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have said radically different things about immigration.

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