It's been a long time coming, but Wednesday Donald Trump's campaign is promising the candidate will unveil a new and detailed immigration plan that will clarify a year of flip-flops, ambiguity and policies that even many in his own party dismissed on their face as unserious.
What we know is that Trump plans to continue talking about his border wall, as well as ending sanctuary cities, but there are still big blanks to fill in including the very serious question of what Trump plans to do with the estimated 11 million immigrants still living in this country illegally.
In recent days, Trump's surrogates have remained vague about what Trump will actually say. Asked repeatedly if Trump will continue to continue to promote his deportation force in Wednesday's speech, his campaign manager Kellyanne Conway told Bloomberg Monday that Trump "has not talked about that in a very long time," but that voters will have to wait until the speech to know for sure.
Some early reporting indicates that we might not get much clarity at all from the much-hyped speech. CNN's Jim Acosta reported that a senior aide told him that Trump plans to secure the border now and postpone conversations about what to do beyond that for a few years.
But, let's pretend for a second that Trump is indeed going to fill in the blanks. Here is what you will want to be watching for.
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