From Opposing Views
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump promised to “get rid” of President Obama’s executive order on undocumented immigrants, as one of his first acts of his presidency, on Dec. 18.
During an interview, Fox News host Sean Hannity asked Trump how fast he would “turn things around” if he is elected president.
“One of the first things I’m going to do is get rid of the executive order that Obama says, ‘Just come on in through our southern border,'” Trump replied.
“Now, we’ve had some pretty good luck in court, which is interesting because that’s unusual, and they’ve done a good job on that,” Trump added. “But I would end the court case. I will knock out that executive order so fast your head will spin.”