DAVID: We need clarity from Donald on his immigration policy, right now it's a total question mark. What it is beginning to sound like to me is the thing I want least of all, a permanent underclass of illegal immigrants living here under the radar with no effort being made to either legalize or deport them. If we're gonna let them stay they need a path to citizenship, if we're not willing to give them a path to citizenship then we need to get them out. When you combine what Christie says,"no legalization, for folks who have been coming to the country illegally," he said." with what Trump has said lately, ""On Day One, I am going to begin swiftly removing criminal illegal immigrants from this country he said.". So it is looking like we could end up with a permanent underclass of illegals living here, taking jobs and driving down wages by providing an oversupply of labor, and using government services and benefits, costing taxpayer an ever increasing portion of our incomes. This is the one thing that is not acceptable to me, and is why he needs to make his position PERFECTLY CLEAR. Regarding what Christie claims about Trump not flip-flopping, I couldn't disagree more, Trump rode his "deportation force" to victory in the GOP primary process, and anything short of that would be an absolute flip-flop in my book. I am not insisting that is the only way to go, but there is no getting around any change in that stance being a flip-flop.