Ethan Miller/Getty Images Updated at 7:30 p.m. ET He’ll build a border wall and he’ll deport millions of people who are in the U.S. illegally, President-elect Donald Trump says, promising to keep his campaign pledges on immigration in his first prolonged interview since winning the White House. Saying that his administration will deport “probably 2 million” and possibly 3 million people who are in the country illegally, Trump told 60 Minutes’ Lesley Stahl that he wants to secure the border. why not find out moreTrump also seemed willing to consider the plan some of his fellow Republicans have aired, of securing some parts of the border with a fence. The interview with Trump aired on CBS Sunday night; it also includes members of his family. The interview was taped Friday at Trump’s Fifth Avenue residence in New York City. It comes after days of anti-Trump protests in more than a dozen American cities, where demonstrators have criticized the incoming president’s immigration stance. On another campaign promise, Trump affirmed his plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act , also known as Obamacare. http://charlottegordonreport.macsverige.org/2016/10/23/some-thoughts-on-crucial-aspects-in-interview-body-languageArticle continues after sponsorship But Trump also wants to keep some parts of the plan. For instance, he told Stahl that he’ll maintain coverage for people with pre-existing conditions, “because it happens to be one of the strongest assets” of the plan.
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So we need to keep an open mind and remind ourselves what our long-term goals are and keep those in mind and not let the pressure of college applications overwhelm us. StarVista, a nonprofit organization in San Carlos specializing in counseling, skill development and crisis prevention among children, is helping sponsor the event as well. Spanish translation will be available. Beyond the expert opinions available at the discussion, Milliken said he believed it will be important to have a student panelist who can offer a firsthand account of their experience growing up on the Peninsula. Getting a teenagers perspective on the challenges they face and what would be helpful for them will be valuable, he said. In all, Milliken said he believed the discussion will serve as a chance for local families to enhance their communication and collaboration abilities to address the difficulties of rising through a competitive local educational environment. If nothing else, it is hearing some other perspectives and granting opportunities to reflect while continuing to be intentional as a parent, he said. Navigating the Tides of Childhood Adolescence starts 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 14, in the Carlmont High School Performing Arts Center, 1400 Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont. Registration is free but seating is limited.
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