Immigration remains tops for Trump nearly a decade after his ‘build the wall’ campaign

MANCHESTER, New Hampshire — Former President Donald Trump’s doubling down on his anti-immigration political roots is resonating with GOP primary voters in the face of record-breaking border encounters.

“I’ll seal the border, and we’ll shut down the invasion of our country … that’s the first thing,” Trump said Monday night in Laconia, New Hampshire, adding he’d deploy the “largest deportation program in American history. We have no choice.”

On the eve of the New Hampshire primary that could knock out his final competitor, Trump is campaigning as the candidate who can restore law and order to the border on day one in office and reverse President Joe Biden‘s policies that made the United States a “dumping ground.”

Trump rose to prominence in 2015 on a promise to build a wall along the southern border and have Mexico
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