I see it as either bad points and bad delivery, good points and bad delivery, or perhaps both good and bad points with his usual bad delivery. Much of what he says is garbage but sometimes he does bring up points people think about but politicians on both sides won't ever bring up while running for office. ...................... So it's established he's probably in it for publicity for his "name" brand like all the other times. Few doubt that. He's the same carnival barker as he has always been. I know he was a democrat very recently and his party hopping shows he doesn't have too many long held beliefs. He's a hypocrite and employs illegal aliens, and there are some who say he may have even brought them over from California from projects there to work in New York. Besides hiring them, he's moving them around and certainly taking away American jobs while all this time railing against Mexico? ................... However, he does bring up some issues that we in border states have seen like crime, cartels, and street violence. Though much of the violence is between existing Hispanic gangs and only some new illegal immigrants who come here, and very rarely involves anybody outside of those two groups, it still brings crime to our streets. Though it's obvious many jobs that illegal immigrants come to do wouldn't easily bring in American citizens to apply, there have to be a certain number of jobs that illegal immigrants (including Donald's personal construction crew members) who do take away American jobs. And because he has no intention of running and knows he can't win the GOP primaries later on when all the other issues come about that he knows nothing about, he has the freedom right now to say what many republicans think regarding illegal immigration but are too scared to talk about in fear that they may fail as dismally as Mitt Romney did with the Hispanic vote in 2012. But I think Trump brings up some good points, though inelegantly stated most of the time in an insincere fashion.