- The Washington Times - Thursday, April 28, 2016

Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump said Thursday he’s going to be giving a policy speech on immigration fairly soon, the day after delivering a speech on foreign policy in Washington, D.C.

“I’ll be doing a big speech on immigration very shortly,” Mr. Trump said on NBC’s “Today” program.

Mr. Trump had been asked about not touching on the U.S.-Mexico border wall he has pledged to build and make Mexico pay for in his speech on Wednesday.

“I’m talking about that more in [the] form of immigration - the wall, undocumented immigrants having to be brought out of the country, and we will do that,” he said. “It’s never been a worse situation than we have right now.”

“You look at the crime, you look at the tremendous impact they have on our country economically, you look at what’s pouring across the border,” Mr. Trump said. “But I consider that really immigration as opposed to foreign policy. And I’m going to be doing a policy speech on immigration fairly soon.”

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