Trump on the Mexico Wall: Everything is negotiable…well almost everything

Trump told Hannity tonight that everything is negotiable with regard to building the wall on the southern border, however he did clarify that building the wall itself is non-negotiable, just all the details.

On the issue of the 11 million illegals, Trump also suggested that was negotiable too when he was asked about it by Hannity:

HANNITY: Would it be negotiable about the 11 million, maybe let some people stay if they register in a period of time?

TRUMP: I would say this. Look, I’ve always said we have some good people over here and they’re going to go out. But we will work out some system that’s fair, but we either have a country or we don’t. We need a border. We need a wall.

Trump likes to say how much he has a heart. I think by the end of this even deporting 11 million is negotiable since everything is negotiable. He’ll probably just deport the ones committing crimes and the rest can stay and get the Amnesty he’s promised them.

Watch his comments on this below:


Also, I want you to see how Trump was introduced for this interview on Hannity. When I first saw it I thought it was unbelievable:

He walks in like a rock star. For an interview.

The last time I saw something like that was at CPAC when Newt Gingrich entered the room to Eye of the Tiger before giving a big speech.

I’m guessing Trump demanded it and Hannity just said okay or something, because this sounds very Trump.


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