Donald Trump’s right-wing allies are keeping him on a tight leash when it comes to his signature campaign issue of immigration.

Trump has softened some of his campaign rhetoric since winning the White House race, but conservatives have largely stayed quiet as the president-elect has flirted with Democrats, discussed keeping parts of ObamaCare and rethought the use of waterboarding.

On Monday, Trump met with former Vice President Al Gore, the world’s most renowned advocate for policies that fight climate change, and senior transition team adviser Anthony Scaramucci told a Washington audience that the president-elect is not looking to rip up the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).

As heard on The Hagmann Report