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Donald Trump is set to deliver a major speech on immigration tonight, and many people are eagerly awaiting what the Republican nominee has to say.

Julie Golvach, whose son was murdered by a illegal immigrant, appeared on "Fox and Friends" this morning to discuss what she hopes to hear in Trump's address.

"I want to hear him continue to stay on message, that he's going to secure the border, that he's going to enforce the laws - which includes E-Verify, not allowing sanctuary cities and having law enforcement turn over illegal aliens to ICE," Golvach said.

She blamed her son's death on the lax immigration policies of the Obama administration, adding that a Hillary Clinton presidency would be a continuation of that.

"I think it will be detrimental to this country if she actually becomes president," Golvach said. 

Watch the "Fox and Friends" interview above, and share your reaction in the comments.


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