The immigration speech
I liked it. It's about as far as any politician will reasonably go in the short term. It sounds like a barrier on the border was proposed, but not described as a solid wall. And I'd find it hard for anyone to oppose using the National Guard to enhance border security; how could anyone argue that defending America is not in the purview of the National Guard?
The one thing I would have liked to see in the speech is a veiled reference to the failure in Mexico. "For many Mexicans, they find that their only hope for a better future for themselves and their family, their only path to achieving their dream, is through a dangerous border crossing to America."