But the president refused to answer questions that all of his ideas would be under the law of the United States.
"Oh, this is completely the law," he said. "No. This is law."
Others say it depends on the details of the proposal. Trump, unspecified. If Mr. Trump moves to deny all undocumented asylum seekers, for example, that is illegal, said Stephen Legomsky, a university professor at the University of Washington, a lawyer and a former advocate for Citizenship and Immigration Services in the United States.
"This policy will clearly violate the laws of the United States of America and clear evidence of our international obligations," he said. "When a person enters our land, there is no law that allows the refusal of a blanket for asylum."
However, Mr. Trump calls for the focus on the dangers of migrants crossing the borders of Mexico, following his statement that Democrats must be accused of trying to enter the country, encouraging the conservative supporters. He hopes that the dark picture will not be far away from voters-especially women – who have already left the Republic of the roads.
It's a serious threat. Last year, the Republic of Virginia governor lost his post after advertising advertisements for the dangerous advertising campaign in the region of the MS-13 gang. The president has decided that his efforts to negotiate with the unemployed, tax deductions, the High Court Judge for Judges and the reduction of the rules are worried by the majority of the deputies.
Earlier this week, Trump issued a 60-year tele-phone message to apologize to the Republicans. She seemed to be a virgin who complains about the possibility of recovering from financial recovery. But the president's comments about the risk of central Central America and the new address on violent migrants have attracted considerable attention.
Video migrants, based on newspaper photographs of the film, including the appearance of the courtroom of Luis Bracamontes, two refugees from Mexico and sentenced to death in the killing of two soldiers and law enforcement in California.