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>> Now that the election is over, a leading Republican lawmaker who says he's advising Donald Trump, claims the President-elect won't need new laws to deliver on some of his most controversial campaign promises. Reuters correspondent Mica Rosenberg spoke with Kansas Secretary of State, Kris Kobach.>> Kobach says that there are a lot of options for Trump to move forward very quickly at the start his administration.
He said specifically that, to start construction on the wall, it wouldn't be necessary for congressional approval.>> Considered a hardliner who helped design some of the nation's most disputed anti-immigrant laws, Kobach says Trump could instruct Homeland Security to use its own funding to begin construction. But not everyone thinks like the Kansas lawmaker.
>> Congress could also push back on that and say these allocations can't move ahead without our approval. So that could lead to a fight.>> But Kobach's plans don't end there. He also says Trump policy advisors had discussed drafting a proposal to establish a registry for immigrants. A move that could be seen as part of Trump's pledge to support extreme vetting of Muslims entering the US.
Whether Kobach actually has the influence is another story, even though he says he's been working with the Trump camp for months.>> He says that he is acting as a policy advisor to the Trump transition team on immigration, though the Trump team has not confirmed his role.>> If Kobach is wielding real power, that could signal a move toward the more extreme forms of the Trump campaign trail rhetoric.