Here's a question: What if Donald Trump's immigration plan ends up being not much different than how things work today?
That seems to be possible scenario after top campaign officials retreated Sunday on both his signature "deportation force" to remove 11 million immigrants, but also on the possibility of granting legal status to certain immigrants.
The latest statements clouded Trump's already shifting thinking after a tumultuous week that saw him zigzag across the immigration debate.
As Donald Trump tries to improve his standing with African Americans and other minority voters, his running mate said Sunday the campaign doesn't want support from white nationalists.
"We don't want the support of people who think like David Duke," said vice presidential nominee Mike Pence said about the former Ku Klux Klan wizard, whose Louisiana campaign for the U.S. Senate has been emboldened by Trump.
A presidential candidate needs 270 electoral votes to win the White House. Most states predictably vote red or blue, but a small handful swing either way and make up the main election battlegrounds. What does it take to win the presidency?