In it, but not of it. TPM DC
"You could say ... that you're on a suicide mission. You're just not going to get those votes," Trump said.
Trump then immediately segued into calling for allowing more immigration to the United States from Europe.
"Now I say to myself, why aren't we letting people in from Europe?" Trump continued. "Nobody wants to say it, but I have many friends from Europe, they want to come in."
Trump expanded on this argument, describing personal friends who were educated at American universities and using those skills to help spur the economies of other countries.
"Tremendous people, hard-working people," he said. "They can't come in. I know people whose sons went to Harvard, top of their class, went to the Wharton School of finance, great, great students. They happen to be a citizen of a foreign country. They learn, they take all of our knowledge, and they can't work in this country. We throw them out. We educate them, we make them really good, they go home -- they can't stay here -- so they work from their country and they work very effectively against this. how stupid is that?"
Here's Trump's full speech: