"What I learned from that experience was this, the American people have zero trust in the federal government to enforce the law. The American people recognize we need to deal with this issue. We need to fix what we have, we need to deal with the people who are already here in a responsible way, but they’re not willing to do it unless they can be assured that this is never going to happen again. And just passing a law that says we’re gonna enforce immigration law is not enough. They want to see it actually done. That was an extraordinary revelation that it’s not enough to just pass the law, they want to see it in place and they want to see it working before they’re gonna allow you the political support to do anything else."