The Wall Street Journal: Pence says Trump is consistent in his stand on immigration

Donald Trump sent mixed signals in the past week about his plan for the approximately 11 million illegal immigrants in the U.S., indicating he might ease off from earlier proposals to deport them. That brought criticism from opponents of illegal immigration.

Mike Pence, the GOP’s vice-presidential nominee, said Sunday on CNN that Trump’s positions on core matters of immigration policy remained solid, that securing the border was chief among those, and that the question of people living in the U.S. without authorization was one Trump would resolve in the future.

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“Nothing has changed about Donald Trump’s position on dealing with illegal immigration…and his position and his principles have been absolutely consistent,” the Indiana governor said, ticking off plans to secure the border and build a wall, among other steps.

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