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Trump: All undocumented workers are exposed to deportation

The Republican candidate for the White House, Donald Trump, warned that all persons who have "illegally entered" the United States "will be exposed to deportation" if he wins the presidential election.

Trump gave this warning when developing its new and awaited immigration program, which many expected signs of moderation but in which retained many of its old proposals, such as building a wall along the border with Mexico.

The New York tycoon said during a ceremony in Phoenix that under his presidency "no amnesty" and warned that nobody can legalize their status if "has entered the country illegally."
In this regard, he said that "the only way" of the 11 million undocumented immigrants residing in the country to legalize their situation is leaving the United States and follow the process stipulated.

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Trump promised that reach the White House next January 20, deported immediately to "at least" two million undocumented immigrants whom he called "criminals," referring to those with criminal records.

The controversial property tycoon also promised to triple the number of agents of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE, English) with the aim of creating a "task force deportation" to "quickly identify and expel" those two million.

He also pledged to hire 5,000 new agents to the Border Patrol in its plan to shield the more than 2,000 kilometer border between the US and Mexico.

Trump promised the construction of the wall on the southern border just hours after meeting with President of Mexico, Enrique Peña Nieto.

"We will build a wall along the border and Mexico will pay for the wall, 100%, they still do not know but they will pay," said Trump, who in his meeting with Peña Nieto received the refusal of Latin American president to pay the bill .

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