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it's china or mexico or japan, we have to straighten out our country. i'd be saying the same thing, yes. >> donald, yes or no, do you think american born children of undoumed immigrants should be deported? >> here's the story -- >> yes or no. >> i don't give yes or no. it's not that easy. it's a horrible situation that we've placed ourselves in. we have thousands and thousands of illegal immigrants in our country, not only taking jobs, but many of them are causing problems beyond belief. and you see that all over. we have to straighten out the problem with illegal immigration. it starts with getting the bad ones, you know the gangs in -- you saw it -- the gangs in baltimore. you know that, right? did you see the people? you have illegal immigrants in many cases. in chicago, illegal immigrants. the bad ones are getting out fast. day one. if i win, day one of my presidency, we're getting them out, and we're getting them out fast. over a period of time, we're going to work on numerous things. the first thing is building a wall, which mexico will pay for. okay? we're going to build it.
say, china in a trade deal? they kill us. who is tougher on the chinese than me? the chinese leader's coming over here next week. we'll give him a great dinner, celebrate him. you don't do that to people. let's have lunch. you don't need these big state dinners. >> he'd be so tough on china. he'd cancel the chinese president's state dinner. and what do you know? today two other presidential hopefuls bash china and talked about getting rid of that state dinner. >> i do not believe that we should cancel xi jinping's visit to washington next month. i also do not believe we should be rolling out the red carpet for him. this is an opportunity to speak bluntly to this authoritarian ruler, not to treat him to a state dinner. >> i just think when it comes to an official state visit, those are something -- that's one of the highest prizes we can give to countries that we work with, that are allies and partners. we need to not just look the other way. we need to stand up and do something about it. >> but the gop isn't just talking trump's lead talk and following his lead on china, they're looki
relations with china was going to be a disaster. american workers should not be forced to compete against desperate people abroad who are forced to work the starvation wages. we want to uplift poor people around the world. but you can do that without destroying the middle class of this country. i have opposed all of these trade agreements. hillary clinton has supported virtually all of them. that is a major difference in terms of our views on economics, i want corporate america to invest in this country, not in china. apay erntly she has a different point of view in terms of trade. so is that an issue we're going to be highlighting? absolutely. when millions of workers have lost their jobs in this country because of disastrous trade policies, when we are seeing a race to the bottom, where wages are going down in manufacturing, in many parts of this country, you bet that i'm going to make that a major bone of contention, and a disagreement that hillary clinton and i have. >> as we talk about trade, as we talk about wall street, as we talk about finance, in the black and latino comm
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