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stops here because we're looking out for you. welcome to a special midnight edition of the kelly file. mr. trump spoke to a fired up hall in phoenix promising to build a wall and create a task force that he says will be focused on removing criminal illegal immigrants in america. and it remains to be seen what
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he planned for, saying their fate will have to wait until we've accomplished our goals. mr. trump argued needs of the american worker have not been a priority. >> anyone who tells you the issue is the needs of those living here illegally has spent too much time in washington. only out of touch media elites think the biggest problem facing americans and this is what they talk about, is that there are 11 million illegal immigrants who don't have legal status. to politicians hear these words from me and you today.
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there is one core issue. the well being of the american people. >> chris stire walt here to discuss the fallout from the speech and we'll talk to a mother whose son was killed by an illegal immigrant. and we begin with carl. >> trump covered a lot of ground tonight. and it may go down as the 0 tolerance speech because having said that he might soften up.
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the expectations were driven sky high largely by the trump campaign. today, trump began this campaign in mexico city with the president of mexico. they had a very frank discussion as they described it in a news conference afterwards. and trump stated his case. and wrapping up he was asked if the wall was discussed who would pay for it? the president of mexico put out a tweet saying in the beginning he had his back on donald trump. trump laid out 10 reforms and activities and priorities that he says will will begin the process of writing what is wrong
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with the american immigration system. to create a problem, where would they be housed? mr. trump said they shouldn't be put on the streets or released into the public under specific circumstances. so the money and location is kruvenlging numbers and questions not yet answered. he's got 69 days to do it before the election. >> we talked about the early voting starting ahead of that, as well. thank you for staying up late with us. >> you bet. >> joining us now, chris stire
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walt and thank you for being with us. chris, we talked earlier. you previewed what is going to be happening today. the speech tonight. i have to say i'm getting whip lash. there is back and forth on the twitter so can you clear it up for us? >> that came back for hot sauce in arizona. look. donald trump looked presidential, high stakes. went well and got through it.
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and then, he got back and said nah. it was primary trump. we didn't hear anything about a change in the plan or anything about anything. he wants to be the guy to focus on criminality. so that was the return. >> and katie we saw something from him tonight. and today in mexico he was very pro america. saying we're going to work together there are things that are bad for both countries we can work on together but this is a no apology tour. >> right. and dump stood up if america which has been lacking and one quote that stood out to me is that he said our greatest compassion must be for american citizens and tonight he made it
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clear americans and legal immigrants were victims that pay for illegal immigration in wallets and through services and they have paid for it with their lives. and it's very powerful to bring up the mothers of children killed and that is an important message. >> david, there are 10 points. i started to lose count. we ended up with 10 different things as mr. trump had as part of the plan. so there have been questions whether or not he morphed on some of the things. people liked him in primaries and he laid down the law so did
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you hear what you wanted to hear? >> what he is saying we're going owe enforce laws rather than ignore them. he went through bit by bit. i did say cartels needed to be stopped and i thought it was interesting. he said regarding 11 million undocumented immigrants after immigration is under control we're looking at an appropriate disposition. and that al yeahs fears he's going to be vetting people. there is that kinder and gentler aspect than what he said previously regarding rounding up people.
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and he was playing to a different audience this evening. so he brought in that trump passion with him. and his presidential nature really exploded. >> all right. you know there are people praising mr. trump said listen, optics were good for him. and i see a lot of eye rolling. >> no this first speech, well done. etc. the problem is that white voters with college degrees did like him. he has a problem with female voters.
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and says college educated white people, that is is the bread and butter, donald trump had an opportunity and capitalized on it today. to talk to the owners. i have no idea what headlines are going to look like tomorrow. this is a catch yan that can't decide what direction to go. >> the reaction tonight saying the campaign has goals to register 3 million new voters. >> i think hillary clinton had a bad day with donald trump going to mexico and saying he invited both donald trump and hillary
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clinton and tufrp responded immediately. and tells me she didn't learn a lot in terms of how to handle those things while she's secretary of state. donald trump's speech will play well to people who are voting for him but research shows it's the same percentage of the support as mitt romney did and they both lost. >> yes. final words. >> yes. and hillary clinton didn't go to mexico because she has fifth amendment issues. don't kid yourself. that is what this is about.
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>> we're waiting for the press conference. >> you could have had a baby now, nine months. chris, katie, great to see you. >> thank you. >> taking a look at folks on the front lines think about donald trump's plan. two key players are next. we'll talk with the executive director for center of immigration studies and a sheriff in phoenix, arizona nes about this on the front line. we're back in a moment. number one, are you ready? are you ready? we'll build a great wall along the southern border. and mexico will pay for the wall.
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breaking tonight, reaction from the much anticipated speech from druch and central to the man, building a wall on the u.s.-mexico border. >> number one, are you ready? are you ready?
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we will build a great wall along the southern border. and mexico will pay for the wall. we'll begin working on an impenetrable, physical, tall, beautiful, southern border wall. >> mark krikroian has been critical on the issue. mark, tonight, 10-point play, talking about 0 tolerance for catch and release and talking away funding for sanctuary cities. are this thing that's changed your perception of the plan?
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>> yes. my concern is that he was back sliding or importantly hadn't decided what he believed in. he and other members of the campaign, are they going to have an amnesty? that is disturbing. what we saw today is a detailed plan that holds together and the idea we are aren't going to round up all 11 million illegal immigrants tomorrow, that is never gooding to -- going to happen. and i think he did a good job of getting away from mexico bashing. because mexico is the most
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important country in the world to us after canada. more important than ukraine or syria. so it's important he got away from that. >> it seems like earlier today he was very complimentary of the people, the country, and talked about the shared challenges but tonight on the states, it was the hard line about mexico and saying they're going to pay for the wall. and the president tweeted out, i told them we're not going to pay for the wall. and there are two different issues i'm not saying they're taking warm showers together, the two of them, but he dealt with the mexico president as a professional and respectful way but made the point and that being pro american doesn't mean you're anti-mexico.
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that is important to me. being for boarder patrols does not mean you is to be anti-mexico. some people are but you don't have to be. and he was saying we can be pro mexico, make mexico great again, too. and defend american workers. >> it was sort of a new tone today. mark, krikorian, great to see you. >> thank you. >> and tonight, sheriff, 10 points laid out. what do you need to make your job easier? >> to get donald trump elected president. i was regional director for mexico city for u.s. drug enforcement.
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and we got along okay if you have trust and exchanged ideas. that is what donald trump did. this is a great day for both countries. he took the invitation from the president of mexico, went down there, had guts to go into the heart of mexico. it's somewhat dangerous in mexico and he had a great meeting. doesn't mean you have to agree with everybody. he has a background and knows how to make a deal. what is wrong with making a deal? and he should be more concerned with arizona, and not mexico.
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where do you think drugs come from? where do illegal immigrants come from? you go to the source to stop it before it gets into our country. and as secretary of state, how many times is she been to mexico city to put pressure on the country? >> how do you respond about the fact that i will legal immigration is going on on both sides and illegal trafficking is going in both directions? they seem to agree on that point today. they agree there is a problem, accurate or not. >> i don't think it reaches a stage of all of the drugs coming across our country. sure, it works both ways but they have to bring that subject up and i'm not saying it's not serious, on the other hand we have a bigger problem with mexico with drugs and illegal
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immigration coming across the border, into our country. so i understand, work together. like i used to do, working with the mexican army and trying to stop this problem in mexico before it affects our border. >> thank you, sir. >> thank you. >> mr. truch made a point when it comes to paying the price, some workers hardest hit are african american and hispanics here in the u.s. our panel is next with a must-see debate on that. >> there will be no amnesty.
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new reaction to speeches and what he had to say about how illegal immigration impacts some of the most vulnerable workers. listen. >> we have to listen to the concerns that working people, our forgotten working people have over the record pace of immigration and impacts on their jobs, housing, wages and general living conditions. these are valid concerns. hillary clinton pledged amnesty in her first 100 days and her plan can provide obamacare,
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social security, and medicare for illegal immigrants, breaking the federal budget. she promises uncontrolled, low-skilled immigration that continues to reduce jobs and wages for american workers and especi especially for african american and hispanic workers within our country. our citizens. >> fair and balanced panel and founder of define american.com and juan antonio hernandez, a latino touch supporter. jose, i'm going to start with you. you looked very unhappy. is there anything that worked for you?
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>> here is what i agree on. we have to be honest with american workers who are suffering but here is the reality. donald trump said he's hired undocumented workers to work on his properties so donors have benefited he has benefited if undocumented workers. right? there is just a report about undocumented model of the trump modelling agency we haven't talked about. or what is astounding to me about the speech is the lack of facts on this issue. fastest growing population in this country are asian people. and blacks, there are six
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hup,000 black undocumented immigrants in this country from africa and the caribbean. >> what he is saying is people are coming here illegally through mexico. it makes sense logistically. >> our time -- >> coming from other countries, i'm just saying he said there are all kinds of different nationalities. he wasn't giving a speech saying all people from mexico are mexican. >> and here is the other thing. 1.8 million undocumented people in the state of texas. 2.2 undocumented million people in the california. what would happen without the undocumented workers? >> he said we've got to work on enforcing borders. iliana, what did you think of the speech? punctuated by stories of people injured or murdered by those in
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this country at that time of the crime. it's a powerful message to have mothers and cousins and wives telling storys. >> definitely so. and i'd like to remind everyone we're american first. i'd like to ask jose, since when do 11 million undocumented people become a priority in this country? how is it that tax paying, law abiding citizens are not a priority in the country? when you don't pay taxes you get fined and embargoed. when you get a dui, you go to jail. then, all of a sudden, these statistics are the ones giving force to this country and i don't know. it's -- i have heard jose on other channel was the same
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rhetoric over and over and over again. we need to move away what he was three years ago as a businessman. we're moving towards the future as americans first and then, everything else, second and third because thanks to this country, we can speak other languages and do other things. my family comes from an oppressed country. we leave for political reasons not anything other than. that we need to move away from three years ago. because if that is the -- if those are the facts, then, mrs. hillary clinton will never be able to get rid of her scandals that every day are more and more present. >> and we're seeing impacts of that in the polling. and you know for some reason, he's won you over and tell us why. did the speech solidify%i %
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about how wonderful the people are. we need to put americans first and we need to. i work in the government and i see the undocumented, illegals here taking the services and i know a lot of people, a lot of mexicans are here el lily and went through the process. they have resentment because they did what they had to do to become legal. and they come here and they get free rides for right now. they depend on the government
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system. the latino movement is moving for trump. and i think that americans see that. >> jose, i know you want to say something. >> we need to talk about facts. as an undumed factor i am not entitled to social security, and i have been paying into it since i was 18 years old. >> there are a lot of community services paid out to people who may not have contributed the way you have that is a fact as well. >> we're going to leave it there. thank you for your time tonight. thanks for joining us. >> thank you. >> at the top of the hour we mentioned how trump is taking fire from the clinton campaign over some of the changes he wants. we're going to show you what is causing the more uproar, next. >> countless americans who have
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died in recent years would be alive if not for the open border policies of the administration and administration that a -- causes this horrible thought process called hillary clinton.
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hillary clinton's campaign is in full attack mode following donald trump's meeting with president neito of mexico. hillary clinton calling him a loose cannon. >> you don't build a coalition by insulting our friends or act aing like a loose cannon. you do it by putting in slow, hard work of building
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relationships. and it certainly takes more than trying to makeup for a year of insults and insinations by dropping in on our neighbors for a few hours and flying home again. that is not how it works. >> donald trump quickly retaliated by including his opponent in a dangerous category of criminals. watch. >> i am going to create a new special deportation task force focused on identifying and quickly removing the most-dangerous criminal illegal immigrants in america who have evaded justice, just like hillary clinton has evaded justice, okay? maybe they'll be able to deport
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her. >> joining me now, nationally syndicated radio talk show host. gentleman, welcome. i want to read what we've gotten from "hillary for america." they say donald trump doubled down on his anti-immigrant rhetoric and attempted to pit people against each other and demonizing immigrants. david? >> well, that is her definition, so be it. nations come together does that mean when you receive it, and not going to mexico? she has a problem with any
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question she's asked will involve questions about the countless e-mail scandals. you face many fifth amendment issues and the media is letting her off the hook right now. >> looking into the reaction from the speech tonight. one in which innocent families are torn apart. and saying why are we doing focusing on families versus families who lost someone forever? their loved one is gone because someone was here illegally, took their lives. >> my heart goes out to families
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and all of those who lost a loved one by an illegal or someone as a citizen of the united states. what you notice is donald trump basically wants to create a law that won't deport all 11 million immigrants in this country illegal i. but will say you have to leave this country. the economic impact in this country will be dire. dire. >> is that happening? >> the pathway to citizenship he qualified that. and after getting control of the 11 million here will be dealt with under reasonable assessment. >> what does that mean?
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i will tell you. >> richard, how do you respond to those who say wages are depressed and unemployment is he is scale l skal yating. >> that is because corporations are not creating jobs in america, but other places. right? here is the thing. >> which is something trump says he wants to attack. >> very true. and i agree. that is one thing i agree with him on, barely. but let's be clear. this speech shows donald trump campaign is the most bigoted, hate-filled campaign since we've seen since the civil war. it's crazy to say i'm not going to insult presidents after having a great day with the mexican president, after preaching hate, use dog
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whistles? it's egregious. >> a hate speech? >> the biggest card is the race card. >> it's -- >> richard, hold on. you're backed into a corner, you have no substantive argument, you throw out the race card. he went to mexico and showed his appreciation of mexico and the mexican people. indicated he has -- stop donald trump indicated he has great love for the mexican people and mexican-americans. >> with that -- [ speaking over one another ]. >> it's past everyone's bed time. so we're going to leave it there. we'll see you again, soon. david and richard, great to see you both. >> thanks. >> in a heart wrenching moment,
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donald trump, you saw it if you watched the speech, invited onto the stage the parents and relatives of americans killed by people who were here illegally including the mother of sergeant brandon mendoza, a veteran law enforcement officer cut down in the prime of his life. marianne mendoza is here, live, next. >> the mother of sergeant brandon mendoza killed in a violent head on collision may 12, 2014 in mesa. thank you. and i want to thank you for the support and i am supporting the man who will, is the only man going to save our country and what we're going to be leaving our children. ♪
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hillary clinton, for instance, talks constantly about her fears that families will be separated. but she's not talking about the american families who have been permanently separated from their loved ones because of a preventable homicide, because of a preventable death, because of murder.
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no, she's only talking about families who come here in violation of the law. we will treat everyone living or residing in our country with great dignity, so important. we will be fair, just, and compassionate to all. but our greatest compassion must be for our american citizens. [ applause ] >> that was donald trump tonight drawing a stark contrast with hillary clinton over the issue of protecting american citizens from the threat of criminal illegal immigrants. and in a heart wrenching moment, mr. trump invited on stage the parents and loved ones of americans killed by illegal aliens, including the mother of sergeant brandon mendoza, killed by an illegal immigrant who was drunk, high on meth and driving his car the wrong way down an arizona freeway. here now is mary mendoza. thank you for joining us.
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only somebody who has gone through what you have can possibly begin to understand your loss. tell us about your decision to be there tonight to support mr. trump and whether it brings you any type of solace or closure or is your hope no other family will have to suffer what you have? >> all of the above. i've supported mr. trump since the moment he decided that he was going to run, and i have known all along he was going to stand strong in his immigration stance. i knew the message tonight was going to be strong, and right to the point. it's so amazing knowing that there is somebody running for president of the united states who actually cares about americans, actually cares about what's happening to our country, and understands that this tragedy can happen to anyone who is watch thing program. it can happen to you in the blink of an eye, because that's what happened to my life two
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years ago when my son was killed. >> how do you respond to those, like one of the guests we just had on, who said what mr. trump said tonight was hate speech, that it was bigoted, that he's pointing out isolated cases and demonizing people. that's the words hillary clinton's campaign use. >> i'm a proud american citizen and i'm glad i have somebody like mr. trump standing up for americans. people who always call the race card out, look in what is in your own heart and how you feel about people. because mr. trump is the farthest thing from a racist and bigot. he treats women with respect. and i -- this is the type of person i want running my country. this is the type of person who i know will stand up for you and for me. >> there were so many cases that mr. trump mentioned tonight, and so many of you on stage with him. do you feel like you've gotten a voice in a way that the current administration or others have not allowed you to do?
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>> absolutely. i wrote two letters to president obama after my son was killed because i started doing research and realized what a horrific problem this was in our country. i got no response from him. i know that several other mothers have reached out to hillary clinton, and you would think mother to mother that this would mean something to her, that she would reach out and at least have something to say. she has nothing to say other than how she's going to protect illegals. i haven't heard her what she's going to do for americans. and that frightens me to the country that we're going to leave our children and our grandchildren. >> marianne mendoza, we see the pictures of your son tonight. we thank you for his service to the country and for you for sharing your story and we wish you the best. >> thank you for having me on. >> we'll be right back. ♪ there's no one road out there. no one surface... no one speed...
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thank you for staying up on this second edition of "the kelly file." you're pretty fired up on the twitter, good and bad. we love to hear from you. see you tomorrow. we'll see you back here tomorrow night. thanks for watching this live edition of "the o'rei >> the republican nominee rapping up his remarks, giving much awaited new details about how he would solve the immigration crisis. listen. >> i've just landed. having returned from a very important and special meeting with the president of mexico, a man i like and respect very much. much. we

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