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Fact-Checking Donald Trump's Immigration Speech in Arizona

Trump's speech Wednesday followed a meeting with the president of Mexico



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    Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally on August 31, 2016, in Phoenix. Trump detailed a multi-point immigration policy during his speech.

    In a speech focusing on immigration Wednesday in Arizona, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump lambasted the media for not reporting "the facts" he felt were relevant to the national conversation on immigration.

    But many of Trump's own facts were misleading and inaccurate, obscuring truth in a debate both parties agree is necessary.

    NBC News took a look at what Trump said about legal and illegal immigration.

    WHAT TRUMP SAID: "Mexico will pay for the wall."

    Yoga Pants Parade Protests Op-Ed in Rhode Island

    [NATL] Yoga Pants Parade Protests Op-Ed in Rhode Island
    Hundreds of people took to the streets in Barrington, Rhode Island this weekend to protest an op-ed written in the local newspaper that many found offensive. The letter, written by Alan Sorrentino, critiques older women who wear yoga pants in public, saying the clothing does not compliment a woman over 20 years-old. "This is way more than yoga pants. It is women fed up with the policing of our wardrobes," said parade organizer, Jamie Burke. Sorrentino claims that his op-ed was just a joke but many are calling his comments sexist. (Published Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016)

    THE FACTS: Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto has said he reiterated to Trump that his nation would not pay for the wall.