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Within the last two weeks we’ve witnessed Trump’s emergence once again as a viable presidential contender, thanks in part to his visit to the storm ravaged state of Louisiana, and then his summit meeting with the President of Mexico, which has catapulted Trump to within striking range of scandal plagued Clinton.

Moreover Trumps detailed 10-point program in combating both the immigration and national security crisis has defined him as the only serious candidate addressing directly those issues, which he once again outlined on Wednesday in Arizona, and directly promised to pass “Kate’s Law” and bring an end to sanctuary cities.

The law was purposed last year by Fox’s Bill O’Reilly, after the brutal murder of Kate Steinle, by a criminal illegal alien, who was deported 5-time.

Trump addressing the senseless carnage directly said:

“On my first day in office, I am also going to ask Congress to pass ‘Kate’s Law’ – named for Kate Steinle – to ensure that criminal aliens convicted of illegal reentry receive strong mandatory minimum sentences, strong. And then we get them out,”

Trump continued, accusing the Obama administration of having “no common sense” and “no brain power.”

“My plan also includes cooperating closely with local jurisdictions to remove criminal aliens immediately. We will restore the highly successful Secure Communities Program. Good program. We will expand and revitalize the popular 287(g) partnerships, which will help to identify hundreds of thousands of deportable aliens in local jails that we don’t even know about. Both of these programs have been recklessly gutted by this administration. And those were programs that worked,” he said.



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