When his campaign initiated, Donald Trump gave his word to deport 11 million illegal immigrants in the United States with the help of a deportation force.
However, after he met with a group of Latino supporters, the GOP nominee’s top aides reported on Sunday that he might reconsider his plans. According to LA Times, Kellyanne Conway, Donald Trump’s new campaign manager, was asked if the GOP nominee still wants to remove people in the country illegally through a “deportation force.”
“To be determined,” Conway said.
The GOP nominee was reportedly having a tough time deciding how to deport those living in the country illegally, according to a close advisor to Trump on immigration matters, Senator Jeff Sessions.
The Republican side things are somewhat changing, sources said. Recently, the GOP nominee had been trying to win over some minority voters, according to FOX News. While such steps are being implemented, speculation spreads saying the first-time presidential candidate might be eager to permit some immigrants to stay in the United States.
The assumption increased on Saturday after the GOP candidate met his freshly formed Hispanic advisory council in New York.
Reports say that after the meeting, Donald Trump expressed interest to deal with illegal immigrants in a “humane and efficient” way.
“What he supports is to make sure we enforce the law, that we are respectful of those Americans who are looking for jobs, and that we are fair and humane to those who live among us,” Conway said.