The candidate in US presidents from Republican party, Donald trump has promised to create a special group for the deportation of migrants from the United States if elected. He said this during a speech to supporters in Arizona, reports The Financial Times.
“I’m going to create a special group for deportation, which will deal with the establishment and the expulsion of the most dangerous criminal illegal immigrants in America that escape justice, like Hillary Clinton,” said the billionaire, suggesting that perhaps the new structure will have the authority to deport former Secretary of state.
The Republican candidate also promised three times to increase the number of immigration and customs services. Trump also added that in case of his presidency, the United States will cease to issue visas and other permit entry to the country papers there, “where it is impossible to conduct an adequate review.”
Trump cited the example of an established program of the Obama administration’s acceptance of thousands of refugees from Syria. “We have no idea who these people are,” said the Republican.
Earlier, during a meeting with Mexican President peña Nieto, trump discussed the idea of building a wall on the border of the two countries to limit the flow of migrants and reduce crime.