Trump to take only $1 as presidential salary, no vacations

Donald Trump has said he plans to "immediately" deport two to three million undocumented immigrants with criminal records when he is inaugurated in January.

Trump also said he would keep his promise to build a wall along the United States border with Mexico, but said part of it could be a fence, as some members of Congress have suggested.

He continued by saying that after the border is "secure", immigration officials will begin to make a "determination" about the remaining undocumented immigrants in the U.S.

Stahl followed up by asking the president-elect if he would be okay with more of a fence than a wall, an idea being floated by a number of Republicans.

"For certain areas I would (build a fence) but certain areas, a wall is more appropriate", Trump told "60 Minutes". Trump likely would not be able to make a more sweeping change on his own, he said.

Her three children were born in the U.S, but for Acuna, she is watching closely what President-elect Trump says on immigration leading up to the inauguration. After insulting the current president for years, even insinuating he wasn't American, Trump sounded a different tune after meeting him this week: "I found him to be terrific".

According to Forbes, Mr Trump is now worth US$3.7 billion - down US$800 million from a year ago. "I think he represents everything that's sort of important in America", said another protester.

Watch the rest of Trump's interview with 60 Minutes here.

"We are not planning on erecting a deportation force". But in his first TV interview, he vowed that he was "going to bring this country together" in the wake of the protests across the country about his election. That is not what we're focused on.

Donald Trump has sat down for his first interviews since becoming USA president-elect, has shared his views on his state of mind since the stunning victory, and made announcements on his plans for the country.

"What people don't know is that Obama got tremendous numbers of people out of the country", Trump told Fox News' Bill O'Reilly. Ryan said changes to tax law could accomplish the same goals "without any collateral damage to the economy". "It could be some fencing", Donald Trump said when asked if he would accept a fence.



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