Limbaugh On Trump's Deportation Flip-Flop: 'I Never Took Him Seriously On This'

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"Poor Ann, oh my God, she has this book 'In Trump We Trust, ' and in it she says, 'The only thing, the only thing that could cause Donald Trump any trouble whatsoever is if he flip-flops on abortion or immigration and goes amnesty, ' and it looks like he's getting close to it". "And I just want to tell you that you are doing a disservice to all of us Republican primary voters who didn't vote for Trump, that are struggling whether or not to vote for Trump".

"I mean, John Kasich ... laughingly said, "Come on, folks, this isn't serious".

The caller pointed out that during the primary, Trump mocked his GOP rivals for not taking a tougher stance on deporting undocumented immigrants, while insisting that they all "have to go".

When a caller gave him a piece of his mind today, though, Limbaugh quickly found something he didn't love. "This is why so many Republican voters have such a hard time going to the con man". On Chuck Todd's show, he specifically said when asked the question, 'You mean you're going to rip the families apart?' He said, 'No, I'm not going to rip the families apart. "They all have to go, even the USA citizen children'". The radio host just said the other presidential hopefuls "called him out". C'mon! You were watching the debate as well as the rest of us were! The caller went on to say that while he and others consider Trump's run a "con job", it isn't right for Limbaugh to act like Trump adopting the policies he made fun of before is "no big deal".

"This is why Trump is going to get annihilated", he said. "They're gonna stick with him no matter what", Limbaugh said.

Limbaugh said that he still didn't think Trump changed his position that much, but the caller snapped back, listing instances of Trump saying he planned to deport full families.

Limbaugh argued that each of the Republican candidates "called him out". Limbaugh exclaimed before cutting to a break.