Trump:  Many Gang Members Are Illegal Immigrants

Trump: Many Gang Members Are Illegal Immigrants

Presidential Candidate Donald Trump promises to deport illegal gang members, saying on Mobile, Ala., radio station FM Talk 106.5 on Thursday. 

“A lot of the gangs that you see – it doesn’t hopefully pertain to you guys so much – but when you look at Baltimore, when you look at Chicago and Ferguson and a lot of these areas, you know a lot of these gang members are illegal immigrants.” 
 
“They’re going to be gone,” Trump continued. “We’re going to get them out so fast out of this country. So fast.”
Republican 2016 U.S. presidential candidate businessman Donald Trump answers a question at the first official Republican presidential candidates debate of the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign in Cleveland
The Hill Reports:
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump says a lot of “gang members” in American inner cities are illegal immigrants.
“A lot of the gangs that you see – it doesn’t hopefully pertain to you guys so much – but when you look at Baltimore, when you look at Chicago and Ferguson and a lot of these areas, you know a lot of these gang members are illegal immigrants,” Trump told Mobile, Ala., radio station FM Talk 106.5 on Thursday.
“They’re going to be gone,” Trump continued. “We’re going to get them out so fast out of this country. So fast.”
Trump is scheduled to speak at a rally in Mobile on Friday.
His campaign said Thursday it was forced to move the event to a bigger venue, citing a surge in interest.
Trump also defended his claim that the Constitution’s Fourteenth Amendment does not require birthright citizenship.
“They would cross the border for one day and all of a sudden we’re supposed to give social security, Medicare, medical, education — this was a United States citizen,” Trump said.
“It’s not fair.”
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee launched a Twitter ad campaign Thursday attacking Republicans over birthright citizenship.
Trump has a huge lead in the GOP nomination race, more than doubling the second-place contender in the RealClearPolitics polling average with 22 percent support.
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