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Trump Targets Undocumented Immigrants As He Leans Into Anti-Immigrant Rhetoric In Early Voting States

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Former President Donald Trump has been using anti-immigrant rhetoric during his campaign stops, particularly in Nevada, where he emphasized fears about migrants crossing the US-Mexico border and promised the “largest deportation operation in American history.”

His comments have drawn criticism, including from Chris Christie, who accused Trump of “dog whistling” and using language tied to White supremacist rhetoric.

In Nevada, Trump said migrants were “invading” the US from prisons and “mental institutions” in foreign countries, and emphasized his plans for the “largest deportation operation in American history.” (Trending: Supreme Court Delivers Historic Ruling on AR-15s)

“He’s disgusting,” Chris Christie said.

Despite legal challenges, Trump maintains strong support among GOP base voters and outlined plans to expand hardline immigration policies.

“Pretend we’re tied. Pretend we’re losing by three. You got to do this, because you know, the worst thing is everyone thinks, ‘Oh, what do we have to vote for? Trump is killing them.’ And then bad things happen,” Trump said in Reno.

Additionally, Trump leads the GOP primary field nationally, but faces competition from potential rivals like Ron DeSantis and Nikki Haley.

The former president’s visit to Nevada coincided with a grand jury indictment of fake electors and ongoing legal challenges related to the 2020 election.

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