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With Donald Trump set to lay out his immigration policies in a major speech Wednesday, Trump campaign communications adviser Jason Miller appeared on "Fox and Friends" to preview what voters can expect to hear in that much-anticipated address.

Miller said that Trump has been "remarkably consistent" in his pledge to end illegal immigration, and he will continue delivering that message tomorrow night.

"We're going to build a wall, we're going to secure our borders, we're going to enforce our immigration laws, we're going to end sanctuary cities, we're going to pass E-Verify, we're going to uphold the Constitution," Miller said.

As for rumors that Trump has backtracked somewhat on immigration, particularly on building a physical wall along the entire U.S.-Mexico border and amnesty for the 11 million illegal immigrants currently in the U.S.

Miller said there will be a physical wall and Mexico will pay for it, as Trump has long promised.

"Nothing has changed with Mr. Trump's stance. He's been remarkable consistent. He is going to stop illegal immigration. He's the one candidate to do it."

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