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Telemundo anchor spars with Trump on immigration, the dreamers: “do you have something against foreigners?

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In a controversial yet heartfelt interview on the Spanish language network Telemundo Thursday, President Trump his record and defended with immigrants, both legal and illegal, his tactics with Mexico and blames the Democrats for willing to make a deal for dreamers.

“You also have to be very tough on immigrants,” Telemundo and NBC News host Jose Diaz-Balart Trump said on “Noticias Telemundo” in what was, as expected, a largely Latino-centric discussion.

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“If you say that you mean illegal immigrants. I threw good immigrants” Trump, before Diaz Balart clarified that he had to ask the talk about “immigrants who cross the border, including those who come to the asylum.”

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Trump threw up moments later, his rising poll promotes values among the Hispanics, as Diaz-Balart stated that approximately “30 percent” of Americans, Latinos support the President. Trump on it, the number was closer to 50 per cent, showing off its rising numbers among Latinos were passed, in fact, by his push for border security.

“Because the Spaniards toughness to the limit. You don’t want people to come and take their orders. You don’t want to get the criminals, because they do not understand the border better than anyone else,” Trump said.

Diaz-Balart respectfully disputed the 50% number the President cited.

Later in the interview, Diaz-Balart point blank asked, “do you have something against foreigners?”

“I love immigrants,” Trump responded.

“In fact, I’ll tell you, I want people to come,” added the President, in allusion to new jobs that had to be filled out and touting his economic record with Hispanics.

“Hispanics today, the average net assets of the richest you have ever trump, not Obama, because the US under Obama, they were going the wrong way,” Trump said.

The President also disputed the notion that he was responsible for the separation of children from their parents, the fault of the Obama administration, and say that he was the one who United the families.

The Spaniards want toughness on the border. You don’t want people to come and take their orders. You don’t want to get the criminals, because they do not understand the border better than any other.

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“I put them together. Just remember that I told you,” Trump. “Obama built the cages. I didn’t want to build. Obama built the cages… … and Obama separately.”

Diaz-Balart then Trump asked about the dreamers and DACA, in which case the President blame Democrats for refusing a deal.

“The Democrats don’t want to make a business. It is not an executive order. You know, we are on the Supreme Court now, we are told to go before the United States Supreme Court, sir, and the judge… the judge to make a decision,” Trump.

“I had the decision sooner. I can’t Schumer, Nancy Pelosi, or Chuck, to do something for the dreamers. They do nothing for the dreamer. You don’t take care of the dreamers.”

“I’m ready to make a deal,” trump added.

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On the subject of Mexico, Trump said he was happy with Mexico, “this week” and made it a point to say that both the United States and Mexico benefit from the stop of illegal migration.

“Mexico must not be said, millions of people pouring through the middle of their country,” Trump.

“Ask Mexico to do the patrol of the southern border… the United States is a dirty job?” Diaz-Balart asked.

“No, no, no, no, no,” Trump responded. To “not do the US dirty work, Mexico is working. People should not be allowed to walk through Mexico, into our country. You are not actually in Mexico.”

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Diaz-Balart ended the interview with some of the issues and questions that the President appoint, if he “slept well.”

“I didn’t sleep a lot of time. Fortunately, I have never been a great sleeper, in terms of hours, but I sleep well. I mean, I sleep very well,” Trump.

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