Trump rivals call for release of NY Times editorial board tape

By REUTERS
March 1, 2016 03:29

 
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SAN ANTONIO - Donald Trump's rivals for the Republican presidential nomination urged him on Monday to ask the New York Times to release a recording of his recent interview with its editorial board, following a report he told it he was not serious about his immigration proposals.

News website BuzzFeed reported on Monday that Trump had suggested to the Times' editorial board in an off-the-record briefing that he would likely not stand by his immigration proposals if elected president.

Trump, the Republican front-runner, has called for deporting all illegal immigrants and has said he would get the Mexican government to pay for building a wall along the US-Mexico border.

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