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>> We take anybody, come on in. Anybody, just come on in. Not any more.>> Donald Trump defying expectations he might soften his stand on immigration, doubling down Wednesday on his hard right stance in speech in Arizona. Vowing yet again to build a wall on the Mexican border that Mexico would pay for and create a task force to round up illegal immigrants.
>> We will begin moving them out day one. As soon as I take office, day one.>> Trump also repeating one of his most contentious stands, that he would block immigration from certain terror prone regions, including much of the Muslim world.>> There is only one core issue in the immigration debate, the well-being of the American people.
>> It was a heaping dose of the same incendiary rhetoric that helped Trump vault over the GOP competition towards the nomination.
>> Trump was asked whether the wall had come up and he said that there had been no discussion about who would pay for it. Later on, Pena Nieto said that he had, in fact, made quite clear that Mexico was not going to pay for the wall, sticking to the government's line on this.
That, in turn, provoked another response from the Trump campaign team who downplayed the issue and said it wasn't a big deal.>> But whatever was said, Trump repeating his signature campaign applause lines in Phoenix.>> And Mexico will pay for the wall.>>
A sign Trump, despite a new campaign team, won't be changing his stride as he races Clinton to the November finish line.