It is unclear whether the President has the authority to strike the citizenship of those born in the US with an executive order, and he has not said when he would sign the order in the clip published by Axios. CNN has turned to the White House for comment.
The call comes as Trump stands up for the midterm elections for a fear-based agenda focused on immigration.
Several countries, including Canada, have a policy of citizenship, according to an analysis by the Immigration Center studies that are working to reduce immigration.
"It's ridiculous, it's ridiculous, and it has to stop," he continued.
"I've always been told that you need a constitutional amendment," he said, adding that he ran it through his advice. "You can definitely do it with an act of Congress , But now they say I can only do it with an executive order, "said Trump.
The President did not disclose details of his plan, but said," It's in the process. It will happen. "Previously
The move is sure to trigger a lawsuit that could potentially go beyond the authority of the Supreme Court to issue executive orders on such a broad scale.
The interview is part of" Axios on HBO, a new four-part documentary series debuting on HBO on Sunday, reads the news story.