Donald Trump has been caught in his own traps which he set since the campaign fighting for a place at the White House started.
After telling Americans that he will build a deportation force to send those immigrants staying illegally in the US, now he has softened his words saying he will not do mass deportations.
The United States presumptive Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump said he will not do mass deportations of immigrants who don’t have proper documents to reside in the US.
Speaking to the media during a tour of his International Golf Links course north of Aberdeen on the east coast of Scotland, the presumptive and tough nominee said the current President of the United States, Barack Obama has deported vast numbers of undocumented immigrants.
“I will not deport undocumented immigrants like Obama, he has deported the most ever vast numbers in the history of deportation. I will do it in a humane way”, said Trump.
This statement shows how much he wants to bring back the confidence of the Americans who thinks he is too harsh on the issue of immigration.
During his early days of campaign, he told the Americans that if he becomes the president of the United States, he will deport all undocumented people who are living in US and he will build a wall on the Mexico-United States boarder.
The battle to grab the seat at the White House between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton is growing day and night. The other presumptive nominee, Hillary Clinton has been soft on issues of immigration compared to her rival.
According to Washington Post-ABC News poll conducted in US on Sunday showed the resurgent Hillary Clinton leading with 12 points.
Prominent Republicans are all behind Hillary Clinton. George H.W Bush, Brent Scowcroft, Sanders and the incumbent president Barack Obama have all endorsed Hillary as the next presidential candidate.