In the past, Donald Trump has used strong language on immigration:
They're bringing drugs. They're bringing crime. They're rapists.
We're going to have a deportation force, and you're going to do it humanely.
We're going to build the wall. It's going to be a real deal. And it's going to be a real wall. This is going to be a Trump wall.
"He said we're going to do it humanely, but there's going to be a deportation force," Glenn said Wednesday on his radio program.
However, Trump's pivot during last night's town hall with Sean Hannity had people buzzing.
Enjoy this complimentary clip from The Glenn Beck Program:
Here's a portion of the exchange between Trump and Hannity:
HANNITY: Any part of the law that you might be able to change that would accommodate those people that contribute to society, have been law-abiding, have kids here? Would there be any room in your mind -- because I know you had a meeting this week with Hispanic leaders.
TRUMP: I get it. I had a meeting with great people, great Hispanic leaders. And there certainly can be a softening. Because we're not looking to hurt people. We want people, we have some great people in this country. We have some great, great people in this country.
"He's talking about the illegals --- We have great, great people in this country, who are here with their families," Glenn said.
"Apparently, they're no longer rapists," Pat noted.
"And they're law-abiding," Stu chimed in.
What happened to the Trump who doesn't back down and will deport 11 million people?
"This morning, his campaign surrogate said that the campaign was evolving, and that's what happens in politics. Campaigns evolve. Okay, that's something to consider," Stu said.
Trump also, reportedly, will announce a plan to grant legal status that wouldn't be citizenship, but would allow illegals to be here without fear of deportation.
"That's amnesty," Pat said.
"There's a lot of ways to look at this. I am actually legitimately curious what you think he's doing if you're a Trump supporter. And if it's okay with you and why it's okay with you," Stu wondered.
"Because isn't that what Rubio was saying?" Glenn asked.
Will Trump supporters accept a repudiation of his tough stance on immigration?
"Is it the softening or was it the reversal?" Glenn asked. "This was his big deal. We're going to build a wall, and he just made it 10 feet higher."
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