But then that is the mark of Trump's anemic policy portfolio - lots of brag and BS and no real solutions. He does throw a bone to the Hispanic community: He'll let the "good ones" back in.
During an interview Wednesday on CNN, Trump said the "good ones" could return via an "expedited" process and then remain in the country legally.
But, quoting from Mad Max: "Plan? There ain't no plan."
But Trump dodged questioned in the interview about how he would locate those he wants to deport. Campaign spokeswoman Hope Hicks declined to answer questions Thursday about that process or how much it might cost.
Oops. I spoke too soon. There is a plan after all.
"Politicians aren't going to find them because they have no clue. We will find them, we will get them out," Trump said. "It's feasible if you know how to manage. Politicians don't know how to manage."
Above snippets from the report in this morning's Daily Star (at tucson.com).
You might argue that Trump's lack of any meaningful solution to immigration is an accurate reflection of why the GOP has not been able to come up with any serious proprosal for immigration reform. In that spirit, "The Donald" is the GOP.