9, 2016, in New York. (AP Photo/John Locher) AP Sunday, November 13, 2016 03:34PM WASHINGTON — President-elect Donald Trump told CBS’s “60 Minutes” he’s willing to deport or incarcerate 2 million to 3 million people in the country illegally who “are criminal and have criminal records, gang members, drug dealers.” He also said he would accept a fence in some places along the U.S. southern border where he had promised to build a wall. Such a promise to deport millions was directly at odds with House Speaker Paul Ryan, who told CNN’s “State of the Union” on Sunday that mass deportation is not a focus of Republicans right now. Ryan said “I think we should put people’s minds at ease” on mass deportation because the top priority is really border security. The network released portions of Trump’s interview in advance of its broadcast Sunday night. Continue ReadingTrump campaigned on a vow to build a wall and make Mexico pay for it. He also has insisted he will deport all 11 million people in the country illegally, with exceptions. Related Topics:
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13 (UPI) — President-elect Donald Trump told his supporters in an interview to stop committing racist acts of vandalism and harassment and said people who fear his presidency should not because “we are going to bring our country back.” While he softened his stances on some of the more controversial proposals from his campaign for president, Trump made clear in an interview with 60 Minutes that he will pursue some portion of his most talked about topics on the campaign trail: Building the wall, reworking or repealing the Affordable Care Act and deporting between two and three million undocumented immigrants as part of securing the border. Trump has stuck to major themes throughout his campaign and in the interview said some type of wall would be erected, whether it is partially fencing and partially cement will be worked out at some point. Speaker of the House Paul Ryan said a deportation force would not be commissioned on behalf of President-elect Trump last week, but Trump said there are two to three million people who need to be kicked out of the country of incarcerated. On the Affordable Care Act, Trump also said there were parts he was considering keeping , such as making sure people with preexisting conditions can get coverage and children stay on their parents plans. Whether his administration’s fixes for health insurance include tweaking Obamacare or repealing and replacing it entirely, Trump said there would not be a gap to make sure people had coverage. “We’re going to do it simultaneously,” he said. “There won’t be a two day or two year delay… It will be much better for much less money.” Trump said if has an opportunity to nominate justices to the Supreme Court , they “will be pro-life” and be pro-second amendment. Although he referred to gay marriage as “settled law,” the president-elect said if abortion cases made their way to the Supreme Court, he would hope abortion would “go back to the states… but it’s got a long way to go.” Trump said he and his team could feel they were winning in waning weeks and days of the campaign, suggesting the media created the narrative that he could not win the presidency because of his demeanor — which he believes is the entire reason he won the race. Trump said the things he and President Barack Obama have said about each other in the last year, and last decade, did not come up in their conversation on Nov.
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