During an interview broadcast on Thursday’s “AC 360” on CNN that “there is no path to legalization” for people who are in the US illegally and haven’t committed any crimes, “unless they leave the country and come back.” And “We’re going to see what happens once we strengthen our border.”

Trump began by saying wasn’t “going to go into all” of his immigration policy “because we’re doing a speech on in a week immigration, which I think will explain it in even greater detail.”

He later stated that after criminal illegal aliens are deported, and the border is secured, “we’re going to see what happens.”

He added that “[Y]ou can’t take 11 [million] at one time and just say, boom, you’re gone. We have to find where these people are. Most people don’t even know where they are. Nobody even knows if it’s 11. It could be 30, and it could be five.”

He was then asked if there would be a path to legalization for illegal immigrants who haven’t committed a crime, to which he said, “No, there’s not a path. There is no path to legalization, unless people leave the country — well, when they come back in, if they come back in, then they can start paying taxes, but there is no path to legalization, unless they leave the country and come back.”

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