Donald Trump's immigration speech to occur Wednesday in Arizona

Trump was set to deliver a major speech on illegal immigration last week, but his campaign made a decision to postpone the address as it continues to craft its policy and the language to deliver it.

"There will be no path to legalization, no path to citizenship". He added that Trump will "articulate what we do with the people here", assuring that "Donald Trump is more concerned about the American people, American citizens, people who are here legally, people who are struggling in this economy".

Trump and his top advisers have repeatedly sent mixed messages surrounding a potential pivot by Trump away from one his most controversial proposals - creating a "deportation force" to kick out of the country millions of undocumented immigrants.

He also repeated his basic promise to build a wall on the Mexican border and said that if he wins the election, he will "stop illegal immigrants from accessing welfare and entitlements". You saw this morning that new ad that Cecilia talked about. "Big crowds, looking for a larger venue", Trump tweeted Sunday night about the speech.

Pence said that Trump's policy would mean that those residing in the USA illegally would have to leave first in order to work to gain legal status.

"I think that both candidates, Crooked Hillary and myself, should release detailed medical records".

The narrator continues that, in "Donald Trump's America, working families get tax relief".

It's been a long and sometimes puzzling journey to this point for Trump, who defeated 16 Republican opponents while promising to be the toughest on illegal immigration. "So he obviously would work with law enforcement, immigration, the immigration agencies", she said.

The speech, posted in a Tweet late Sunday, was initially set for last week in Colorado, but was pushed back as Trump and his team wrestled over the details of what he would propose.

"She put some sort of a racist intention on those Americans. I think that's deeply offensive", Pence said.

Dan Mahaffee, an analyst with the Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress, told Xinhua this is a very complex scandal where a lot of the American people are going to have a hard time understanding the intricacies involved.

Hillary Clinton is telling supporters that she doesn't know "which Donald Trump" will show up at the presidential debates.

"The fact that you see Democrats and Hillary Clinton and her running mate rolling out the same old playbook of racial divisiveness sounds a little bit to me like an act of desperation". Her husband, former President Bill Clinton, had already said the foundation would no longer accept foreign or corporate donations and that he would no longer raise money for the organization if she became president. But she said the story linked to the tweet was "completely rock solid".

"This is an example of pay-to-play politics the American people are sick and exhausted of", he said.

His surrogates on Sunday refused to comment on Trump's reaction to the fatal shooting of National Basketball Association star Dwyane Wade's cousin Friday, as she pushed her baby in a stroller in Chicago.

And they didn't bother defending his response Saturday to the killing of a mother as she walked her baby on a Chicago street. Just what I have been saying. "African-Americans will VOTE TRUMP!"

"Donald Trump has not held an event in the black community", DNC interim chairwoman Donna Brazile said Sunday on ABC's "This Week".

"We can continue with the leadership that has left us with unsafe streets in our cities, failing schools, no jobs", he said.

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