Donald Trump Discusses a 'Softening' on Immigration

The GOP presidential candidate is no longer talking about the deportation force he proposed during the Republican primary race.
2:53 | 08/24/16

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We move on to the race for the white house. Hillary Clinton continues to face questions about giving Clinton foundation donors ACC to the state department. Tom llamas is here. A poll in the state of Virginia shows Clinton opening up a huge lead. That's right. If you go to a trump rally or watch one on TV, he sounds like the candidate from a year ago when it comes to immigration. Now in more and more interviews, he and his team are signaling a shift. Overnight, Donald Trump making it clear he is changing his hard-line stance on immigration. The gop nominee who proposed a dear theation force during the primaries, no longer talking about one. Now, saying this -- There certainly can be a softening, because we're not looking to hurt people. We want people. We have great people in this country. We have some great, great people in this country. But we're going to follow the laws of this country. Changes? What people don't realize, we have very, very strong laws. Reporter: But as trump shifts on immigration, there's no wiggle room when it comes to his relentless attacks on Hillary Clinton and the Clinton foundation. On November 8th, a very, very important date, we are going to declare our Independence from special interests, corrupt politicians, and I might add, very corrupt politicians. Reporter: Trump and his campaign now seizing on an investigation by the associated press, questioning Clinton's ethics. The A.P. Reporting more than half the people outside of government who met with Clinton while she was secretary of state gave money to the Clinton foundation. As much as $156 million. Trump calling it a pay to play criminal enter prize. It's now abundantly clear that the Clintons set up a business to profit from public office. Reporter: Before his bid for the presidency, trump himself doe natd more than $100,000 to the Clint. Ens' charities. His campaign explaining it. He gave money? As he said, sure, because they do good work. He was not paying to play? No, he was not. Reporter: The Clinton campaign saying the A.P. Report relied on utterly flawed data. It did not account for more than half of her tenure as secretary. And left out meetings. We're seeing new elements in the stump speech. Including the continued outreach to the african-american community. Reporter: That's right. Sometimes the language he uses gets him in trouble. One line gets play. He said, quote, you'll be able to walk down the street without getting shot. Right now, you walk down the street, you get shot. Tom, thank you very much. And new concerns this morning about North Korea's

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