Watch: Trump declares unemployment problem solved and announces plan to let low-skill guest workers in
Trump speaking at a rally (Photo: Screen capture)

At his Saturday night rally in Michigan, Donald Trump said that the nation's employment problems are solved and announced that he is let low-skill workers come into the country to do agriculture work.


"And for the farmers, OK, it is going to get good. And we're going to let your guest workers come in," he said. "We're going to have strong borders, but we have to have your workers come in... The employment picture is so good, so strong, that we have to let people in.

While talking a lot about the wall, Trump said that he would allow guest workers to come in. But, he said, he would then want them to leave.

"Guest workers. Don't we agree? We have to have 'em," he said.

The line got tepid applause.

Watch below.