Trump Flirts With Amnesty, Says He’s Hiding His Sensitive Side

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Donald Trump says that if elected “we will do something that will be done with heart” in order to deal with the illegal immigrants and their families already in America.

Trump, in an interview set to air Monday on PodcastOne with Larry King, was asked about deporting families of illegal immigrants, when Trump said, “Well, I just — I don’t want to get into your specific question, but we will we will do something that will be done with heart.”

Larry King asked Trump about a hypothetical family of illegal immigrants, who had children, when Trump explained, “I don’t want to comment on that one right now, Larry, because that’s the sort of a question where I just don’t want to answer it right now.”

“We do have to have laws for the border,” Trump explained, “The crime is incredible, the drug trafficking is unbelievable, and I have to tell you, I’ve been told by many of your liberal friends at the top of the line, in Los Angeles as an example, that they’re voting for me because they can’t take it anymore.”

“You see what’s happened with LA; you see what’s happened with so many different places,” suggested Trump. “And, you know, I have great relationships with Mexico and with the Mexican people. I have great relationships with Hispanics… but we have to be a nation of laws.”

Co-host Shawn King later asked Trump about his “compassionate side” and “Why aren’t you showing more of that?”

Trump insisted, “Maybe I wouldn’t be doing as well in the polls.”

Larry retorted, “So you don’t want to be known as a nice guy.”

Trump suggested, “It’s important. I think I am a nice guy. I love people and, you know, love you guys. You’re fantastic and always have been. But I think it’s really about competence now.”

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