In his Sunday interview, Trump said he would aim to "get the people that are criminal and have criminal records, gang members, drug dealers. out of our country" and "secure our border".
Only then, with the border secured and "everything normalised", would he decide on a plan to deal with the "terrific people" who were in the U.S. illegally but who had clean criminal histories.
The wall: Trump still plans on building a wall across the Mexican border, though he said he was perhaps open to part of it being a fence, rather than a wall. "By definition, if they're part of this program, they are solid, wonderful young people with good character".
US President-elect Donald Trump has said he would take only a token amount of $1 as his salary, and will stick to his campaign-time vow that he is not going to take any vacations during the presidency. That means that crimes aren't reported, investigated, or prosecuted.
During the campaign, Trump promised to "end the sanctuary cities" and said those "that refuse to cooperate with federal authorities will not receive taxpayer dollars".
"It's very hard to imagine anything good is coming for immigrants from Trump".
His strategy for dealing with ISIS: Trump declined to tell Stahl how he planned to defeat ISIS, saying he wanted to preserve the element of surprise, and that "we have some great generals".
President-elect Trump should turn away from his plan to deport millions. "I think he represents everything that's sort of important in America", said another protester. "You know, you get 100 million votes and somebody else gets 90 million votes and you win". First of all, every major leader... has called me, I've spoken to many of them and I'll call the rest of them, but and I said, "Boy, this really shows you how powerful our country is".
Pressed by conservatives, President Barack Obama deported two million immigrants throughout his eight years in office - more than any of his predecessors. "I will say this, and I will say right to the cameras: Stop it".