Transcript for President Trump's 2020 campaign kicks off with a rally in Orlando, Florida
And of course, all of this unfolding as president trump officially launches his 2020 re-election campaign tonight with a major rally in Orlando. Thousands have been lining up in the rain there. And ahead of the rally, the president now saying he will deport a million undocumented immigrants next week. But what he said today when asked when officials in his own administration said they had no idea there was any such plan. ABC's chief white house correspondent Jonathan Karl is in Orlando tonight. Reporter: It looks like more like a movement than a campaign. Go trump! Reporter: Some started camping out yesterday. By the rainy afternoon today, the line was extending as far as the eye could see. America first! Reporter: Before taking off for Florida, the president took to Twitter with a message aimed directly at his diehard supporters, saying, "Next week, I.C.E. Will begin the process of removing millions of illegal aliens." It's unclear what the president is talking about. A senior administration official involved in immigration policy told ABC that the deportations described by the president are, quote, not imminent. Immigration officials say they don't know about a planned round up of millions of people. Well, they know. They know. They're going to start next week. Reporter: Despite the hardline rhetoric on immigration, the president's signature campaign promise -- Who is going to pay for the wall? Mexico! Reporter: -- Remains there have only been 45 miles of wall built, all of it in areas that already had a barrier. There has been no new wall built in areas that did not already have a wall or a fence. What about the wall? Are you disappointed it's not built yet? No, I mean, it's getting built. I mean, if the DEMs would just knock it off, we would have had the wall by now. Reporter: The number of ilgal border crossings have skyrocketed, hitting a ten-year high in the month of may. But his supporters here are very much still with him. What's it going to take for him What's it going to take? More crowds like this and he's doing the right job. All right, let's get to Jonathan Karl live from inside the president's rally there in Orlando. And Jon, this is a long way out, but a new poll does seem to show a challenge for the president in Florida, up against several democratic candidates. Joe Biden leads him in Florida, 50% to 41%. Bernie Sanders, ahead 48% to
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