Social media reacts to Trump's immigration speech

Posted at 12:45 AM, Sep 01, 2016
Social media lit up Wednesday night after Donald Trump outlined plans for his strict and controversial immigration policy.
In a speech delivered in Phoenix, aimed to end confusion surrounding his recently muddled immigration stance, Trump vowed to remove millions of people living in the United States illegally, adding there would be no path to citizenship.
Twitter responded accordingly, with some users praising Trump’s firm approach and what seemed to be an even larger fraction criticizing his plans.
Meanwhile, some users noted that following the speech, Trump's donations server became so busy it crashed.