trump says parts of the wall may actually be a fence in extensive "60 minutes" interview. in his first television interview after the election, president-elect donald trump discussed the wall, twitter, obamacare, racially charged incidents in his name, and potentially appointing a special prosecutor to investigate hillary clinton.
trump to 60 minutes: will deport 2 to 3m and build wall. part fence. for a full community rules apply to all content you upload or otherwise submit to this site.
the interview will be broadcast on 60 minutes tonight, nov. 13 at 7 p.m. et/pt. an excerpt of the interview in which trump discusses his immigration plans was broadcast on face the nation. a
trump, who had throughout his campn repeatedly touted his imagined wall as "big," "beautiful" and "massive," was asked during a cbs "60 minutes" interview airing sunday night by host leslie
president trump lashed out at cbs news on sunday, accusing the network's flagship "60 minutes" news program of using its platform to "defend china" amid the coronavirus outbreak.
the fence was built to keep black lives matters demonstrators and rioters at bay hours after us president donald trump freely walked washington, d.c.'s streets and declared himself an "ally of all
but we're getting them out of our country," he told 60 minutes. during the campn, trump said he would deport the estimated 11 million immigrants in the country illegally, most of whom are hispanic.
but trump also appeared to back off from commiting to build a solid wall, telling cbs' "60 minutes" the barrier might look more like a fence in spots. "certain areas, a wall is more appropriate