On November 13th, Donald Trump tried to send a reassuring message to the United States in his first interview as president-elect, but he reaffirmed that he is not willing to negotiate some things from his campaign, such as as his position regarding illegal immigrants.
In a long interview with CBS, Trump stated that the thousands of people protesting in several American cities after his triumph have nothing to fear from his presidency and pledged efforts to unify the country.
What we’re doing is taking out criminals and those with criminal records, gang members, drug traffickers. There are probably two million, maybe three million; We’re going to get them out of the country or we’re going to imprison them,
The number of undocumented immigrants in the United States is estimated at 11 million and they are mostly Mexicans.
In another part of his long interview, Trump made it clear that his government will appoint conservative judges to the Supreme Court.
According to Trump, judges will be pro-life , and magistrates will all be very favorable to the Second Amendment to the Constitution, which guarantees the Americans’ right of Americans to own firearms.