Mike Pence Won’t Explain Donald Trump’s Stance On Deportations

Mike Pence Won’t Explain Donald Trump’s Stance On Deportations

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump muddied his position on immigration this week, making it unclear whether he stands by his previously articulated plan to deport 11 million undocumented immigrants. The equivocation has made hard work for his closest allies, including his running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence.

On Sunday, Pence dealt with the issue by dodging it.

In an interview with CNN’s Jake Tapper, Pence claimed that Trump has not changed his position at all on immigration, even though the candidate recently said he’d be open to letting some undocumented immigrants remain in the U.S. if they paid back taxes. Trumppreviously called for a deportation force to remove all undocumented immigrants. Read more.

One thought on “Mike Pence Won’t Explain Donald Trump’s Stance On Deportations

  1. When the deportation of the referred to 11 million undocumented immigrants indeed would take place it would be the biggest massacre and genocide ever post-WW2 from one single country referring to itself as the defender of freedom and liberty, of a country in the free western world!

    It also would mean a complete breakdown of economic sections of American agriculture, as well as a breakdown of social structures!
    It would be devastating for among others numerous households were a lot of these undocumented immigrants are working, and are “earning” a wage that is lower then average!

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