Donald Trump Promises To Deport 11 Million 'Illegal' Immigrants In Two Years (Video)

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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump recently claimed he would deport 11 million undocumented immigrants in two years or less (video below).

Trump made his promise during a conference call with the Alabama Republican Party on Thursday night, notes The Wall Street Journal.

Trump said his mass deportation would be done with “really good management" and added:

The word "illegal" as in "illegal immigrant" means they're not here legally. We have to get them out. And if we have wonderful cases, they can come back in, but they have to come back in legally. I think it's a process that can take 18 months to two years if properly handled.

Trump then slammed fellow GOP presidential candidate Ben Carson for not supporting his idea.

“It wouldn’t work for him because he has absolutely no management capability,” Trump stated.

Trump's anti-immigrant stance continues to help him in red states. All the free tickets for Trump's Sept. 14 rally at the American Airlines Center in Dallas have been given away, reports the Dallas Morning News.

The arena holds close to 20,000 people, but it's not clear how many tickets were passed out. People can still get tickets, but will have to pay to get them on eBay. Some tickets are going for as high as $100.

Sources: The Wall Street Journal, Dallas Morning News, eBay / Photo Credit: Gage Skidmore/Wikimedia