Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence said that undocumented immigrants in the United States would be treated "humanely" in a Donald Trump administration, but gave no details on how the GOP nominee would deal with the millions currently living and working peacefully in the country, NBC News reported.
"We're going to enforce the laws of this country. We're going to make sure that we essentially end illegal immigration once and for all," Pence said in an interview on NBC's "Meet The Press."
But the Indiana governor would not say if Trump would deport the more than 10 million people currently in the country illegally — a pledge Trump made during the Republican presidential primary.
Pence also pledged that both he and Trump would soon release their tax returns, though he could not guarantee the Trump's documents would become public before Election Day.