9, 2016, in New York. (AP Photo/John Locher) AP Sunday, November 13, 2016 03:34PM WASHINGTON — President-elect Donald Trump told CBS’s “60 Minutes” he’s willing to deport or incarcerate 2 million to 3 million people in the country illegally who “are criminal and have criminal records, gang members, drug dealers.” He also said he would accept a fence in some places along the U.S. southern border where he had promised to build a wall. Such a promise to deport millions was directly at odds with House Speaker Paul Ryan, who told CNN’s “State of the Union” on Sunday that mass deportation is not a focus of Republicans right now. Ryan said “I think we should put people’s minds at ease” on mass deportation because the top priority is really border security. The network released portions of Trump’s interview in advance of its broadcast Sunday night. Trump campaigned on a vow to build a wall and make Mexico pay for it. He also has insisted he will deport all 11 million people in the country illegally, with exceptions. Related Topics:
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Since it was initially proposed, the number of units planned as part of the development has changed, but the ire and animosity from opponents, including residents in the neighboring Queensridge development, has remained. http://traininginterviewpreparation.denaliinstitute.org/2016/11/04/the-emerging-facts-on-elementary-products-of-consultant/In 2015, EHB Companies purchased the companies that owned the golf course land and related assets. Fairways wind through the residential areas, where the housing variety spans the spectrum from townhouses to multimillion-dollar mega-mansions. We knew the golf course was in trouble, losing money, said Lowie, who also lives in Queensridge. We wanted to do something very special for the community. DISCORD INTENSIFIES Opponents clearly dont share his vision for the development, and tick off concerns such as drainage and the increased residential densitys effect on traffic, schools and other services. Both sides recall events at past meetings differently and accuse each other of twisting words. medical interview questionsAttorneys on each side trade barbs in email exchanges. The sides disagree on whether the density proposed in the development is congruous with the surrounding area. Some homeowners insist that their property values have plummeted since the announcement that the the golf course is going away, while Lowie contends values have notched upward. Neighbors insist Lowie has called the proposal a done deal, something he vehemently denies.
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