One of the top aides of Republican presidential contender Donald Trump indicated a probable shift in the latter’s extreme immigration strategies. Trump’s previous agenda of having 11 million immigrants deported was under scrutiny and attracted debate and controversy from Democrats and Hispanic propagandists.
Certain immigration plans by Trump, have come under constant fire in recent times. For example, his policy of having a huge wall built on the US-Mexico border to keep out immigrants, or the ban on Muslims entering the US… have made his adversaries contemplate the seriousness of his policies, rendering him unrealistic and “unhinged”! He has, time and again, radicalized people with his vow of toughening USA’s immigration policies.
Straining to expand his support beyond the white voters of the working class, the American businessman has tried to connect with black and Hispanic voters in recent days. The new campaign manager for Trump, Kellyanne Conway, communicated with CNN stating the latter was committed to a "humane and just” approach to illegal immigrants in the country.
She recapitulated his outlook on State of the Union stating – “What he supports is to make sure we enforce the law, we are respectful of those Americans who are looking for well-paying jobs and that we are fair and humane to those who live among us in this country”.
However, when questioned about Trump’s plans of setting up a “deportation force”, she replied stating that it was yet to be determined.