Stop attacks against blacks, Hispanics and gays. This is the request that Donald Trump, the new US president, made it to his supporters during an interview on CBS answering the questions of the journalist about personal threats and racist insults against minorities from Republicans. The tycoon has also addressed the issue of the protests against him that are repeated every night after his election. “They are protesting because they do not know me, but I tell them not to be afraid, absolutely, I respect them.”
During the interview to Sixty Minutes, a popular format of CBS, Donald Trump has confirmed the promises made during the election campaign. The journalist spoke about immigration, the border walls, abortion, expulsion and he also announced that he will renounce to $ 400,000 provided as president’s salary, stating that in his paycheck there will be only a dollar, because “legally I should take a dollar, so I’ll take a dollar a year. ”
The wall on the border
Donald Trump, during the interview, reaffirmed its intention to build a wall on the border with Mexico. In addition he pointed out that some of it may be built in masonry, while others point only “a fence”. The Tycoon has motivated this choice claiming that it is building, a field in which he is an expert due to his profession.
The expulsion of illegal immigrants
“What we will do is to throw out of the country or imprison people who are criminals or have criminal records, gang members, drug traffickers,” said Donald Trump, confirming one of the promises made during the election campaign. According to the president, irregular – with – a criminal record that will be removed from the US territory are about 2 million, maybe 3. As for the other irregular, tycoon pointed out that a decision will be taken after that the border will have been securing.
Nomination to the Constitutional Court
The new president also announced that the Constitutional Court judges will nominate pro life, pro second amendment (the one on the right to self-defense with weapons). And he said that if it were to be overturned the ruling of the Supreme Court recognizing the right to abortion, the matter would return competence of the states.