Donald Trump has said he would get more Hispanic votes than Democrats, despite his comments on undocumented workers.
On Wednesday, Trump doubled down on his aggressive immigration strategy in an interview with CNN’s Dana Bash.
If elected president, he said, he would have all undocumented immigrants in the U.S. deported, and then allow the “good ones” to reenter the country via an “expedited process.”
“We got to move ’em out, we’re going to move ’em back in if they’re really good people,” the real estate mogul said.
To date, Trump has declined requests by Fusion’s Jorge Ramos for interviews. So there has been no opportunity to press him about how exactly his plan would work.
So in a series of Tweets Thursday, Ramos explained why the strategy Trump is laying out would cost him votes not only among Hispanics, but likely result in his losing the election itself.