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J: I think that Donald Trump's advisers told him that he has to be precise on immigration because of the high status place it occupies in his entire campaign for president. This is the corner that Donald Trump has painted himself into very deeply. Or Donald Trump himself has realized that he is all over the place on immigration for whatever reason. And whatever the reason, he has to come clean on immigration. I think that he has realized that he will not be able to parse words because of the characteristics of the core of his voters, and furthermore, he will not be able to walk a middle ground without consequence. He must either stand firm on his original position, or he will have to back off of his original position. This is a classic Either/Or situation (i.e. the tyranny of choice) (See Kierkegaard) His current tactic of diverting to fair and humane will not fly because the issue is the promise to deport all of the undocumented immigrants. Or to put the matter differently. Is it fair and humane to deport all 11 million undocumented immigrants no matter how long it takes and what are their circumstances? Mr. Priebus' statement on Meet the Press simply has muddied the waters further. He voiced an opinion that Donald Trump is realizing that he cannot simply continue to blurt out his original simple description of immigration issue and his original simple solutions to this issue as he comes closer to election day because the immigration issue is very complicated. Meanwhile Governor Pence is saying that he will build the wall and deport all 11 million undocumented immigrants, which are the simple solutions to Mr. Priebus' complicated immigration issue. As said before, the Tyranny of Choice put Donald Trump in the position of either telling the complete truth or lying. There is no middle ground.