US Republican candidate Donald Trump insists Mexico will pay for a border wall, in a key speech reaffirming his tough stance on immigration. - From BBC News
He promised to deport two million "criminal aliens" in his first hour in office; warned that millions more would be "subject to deportation" and re-stated his signature pledge, to build that "beautiful" wall.
"We have to listen to the concerns that working people, our forgotten working people, have over the record pace of immigration and its impact on their jobs, wages, housing, schools, tax bills and general living conditions," he said.
Soon after his speech, Politico reported that Jacob Monty, one of Mr Trump's 23-member National Hispanic Advisory Council, had quit the board, saying: "What I heard today was not realistic and not compassionate." Another supporter, Alfonso Aguilar, President of the Latino Partnership for Conservative Principles, also told Politico he may withdraw his backing, later tweeting that he felt "disappointed and misled".