During a conversation with members of the National Border Patrol Council, Donald Trump seemed to accept the idea that the U.S. government speeds up the processing of immigrants who are on a waiting list to become citizens so that they can vote.

Trump participated in a roundtable with the council at Trump Tower in New York, and the group’s national vice president and chapter president of Tucson, Arizona talked about criminal undocumented immigrants who are apprehended at the border.

“I’ve spoken to several agents in my sector that are in charge of processing a lot of these individuals that we’ve apprehended [and] a lot of them do have criminal records,” Art Del Cueto told Trump.

Del Cueto then said that border patrol agents are “checking records” and “noticing that they have criminal records,” but he said those criminal undocumented immigrants are being “set aside.”

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