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President Trump had deport a heated exchange of words with Telemundo anchor José Díaz-Balart about his recently announced plan for the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to “millions” of illegal immigrants, pointing out that the “Latino vote” to support its decision.
On Monday, Trump said on Twitter that the ICE cream would “begin the process of removing the millions of illegal aliens” in the next week, sparking condemnation from its critics and the applause of his Fans.
In a preview clip from the interview aired on Thursday, Diaz-Balart pressed Trump about the push and how the “Latino vote” thinks about it.
To get “the Latino vote-a percentage definitely support you, but there are some that fear, the fear of their rhetoric, the fear of what is already on the border, the fear that you have said that you began the deportation of millions of people,” Diaz-Balart.
“You want me, said to do it,” Trump. “They are here illegally.”
“Mr. President, don’t do it,” Diaz-Balart replied, while he shakes his head.
“Do it,” the President insisted. “You don’t want to lose their jobs. They want their salaries, their wages, and you do not want to crime. When people come through, they MS-13 have come by.”
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The Telemundo anchor pushed back, not to say that it is “the majority said,” the migrants, doubling the MS-13 gang members, but Trump: “it’s a lot of people.”
“The mothers don’t come to MS with your children-13,” Diaz-Balart said the President. “The people who leave raped in your town, and have to, not MS-13.”
“You’re right. I agree, I agree to concede to” Trump. “But if there is one out of a hundred, there’s too many.”