Excerpt from Business Insider
Written by Allan Smith
The highly anticipated "pivot" in Donald Trump's immigration platform seemingly did not materialize Wednesday night, as the Republican presidential nominee doubled down on much of the hard-line rhetoric that helped him secure the party's nomination during the primary season.
Speaking in front of a large crowd of supporters in Phoenix, Trump laid out a 10-point immigration plan. That plan centered on building a massive wall along the US-Mexico border, cutting off funding to so-called sanctuary cities, and providing no "amnesty" to the more than 11 million immigrants thought to be living in the country illegally, among its other features.