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An illegal immigrant who has been deported eight times is wanted in the hit-and-run deaths of two women in Louisville, Ky.

The Department of Justice announced that Mexican national Miguel Angel Villasenor-Saucedo, 40, was driving the truck that killed the women on Oct. 22 and then fled the scene.

A warrant has been issued for his arrest, and he faces no more than a maximum of two years in prison if captured, the announcement stated.

Laura Wilkerson, whose son Josh was killed by an illegal immigrant in 2010, reacted on "The Kelly File," saying she's "enraged" by the report.

Officials said Villasenor-Saucedo repeatedly crossed into Texas by wading or rafting across the Rio Grande. Wilkerson said she supports President-elect Donald Trump's hardline stance on combating illegal immigration.

"Now is the perfect time for him to do what he says he would do, which is build the wall, enforce law and get out illegals who are here committing crimes," said Wilkerson, who chairs Enforce the Law, an organization opposed to sanctuary cities.

Wilkerson said the border is wide open right now and that the country cannot assess who is here until the flow of illegal immigrants is stopped.

Watch the full interview above.

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