Tune into The Kelly File: "Battle at the Border" on Monday at 9 p.m. ET on Fox News Channel!


Since Donald Trump first joined the presidential race as a Republican candidate in June 2015, he has brought the issue of immigration, and more importantly the idea of "mass deportation," to the forefront of his campaign, and, in turn, the race for the White House.

He used the issue to position himself as the strongest GOP candidate to combat what many perceive to be a growing problem within the country: illegal immigration. Along the way, the NY businessman called for "deportation forces" to remove the 11-12 million undocumented immigrants in this country, and charged his opponents with being “pro-amnesty” or “weak on the border” if they called for anything different. He used this tactic successfully to cut through the field of 17 on the way to the nomination and a matchup with Hillary Clinton.

This past week, however, we have seen two significant shifts from the GOP candidate - first when he said he would consider a “softening” of his policies; and again - just one day later - when he said you could not just remove 11-12 million people, especially if they had made contributions to this country.

Hosted by Shannon Bream, this Kelly File special will investigate the candidate's immigration positions and the impact on Trump supporters, law enforcement officers and the Hispanic community.

Tune into The Kelly File: "Battle at the Border" on Monday at 9 p.m. ET on Fox News Channel!