Or surreal. Just when Mr. Trump was starting to be taken more seriously as a candidate with staying power by both GOP voters and the media, he unveiled his immigration plan. Sure, it appeals to angry folks who like how he characterized the Mexicans slipping across the border as rapists and criminals steered to the U.S. by the Mexican government. But, as policy, it has no chance of working. Deporting 11 million people is an impossible task for which the federal government has neither the manpower nor the financial resources. Tossing American citizens into the mix, even if they are children, would also be illegal. Eliminating the right to citizenship for children born on American soil would take a constitutional amendment that would never pass, while getting Mexico to pay for the border wall is another Mr. Trump pipe dream.