Donald Trump's highly anticipated immigration speech Wednesday night reiterated the Republican nominee's views on certain policy, but introduced new details on other components of the law. Here are 10 of the biggest takeaways:

1. The "extreme vetting process" for refugees, asylum-seekers and immigrants will include questions to ensure their views are in line with the U.S. Constitution. "Applicants will be asked for their views about honor killings, about respect for women and gays and minorities. Attitudes on radical Islam which our president refuses to say. And many other topics as part of this vetting procedure."

2. The number of Immigration and Customs Enforcement's deportation offices will be tripled, likely in order to process millions of people in the U.S. illegally who will be returned to their home country.

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3. A special deportation task force will be created specifically to identify and promptly remove 2 million criminal illegal immigrants who have evaded deportation. Trump promised to start the process the "first hour" of his first day in the Oval Office.

4. Countries who have previously refused to take violent offenders back from the U.S. will have no choice but to accept them. "They won't take them back so we say, 'okay, we'll keep them.' Not going to happen with me, folks. Not going to happen with me. Due to a Supreme Court decision, if these violent offenders cannot be sent home, our law enforcement officers have to release them into your communities. And by the way, the results are horrific," Trump said.

5. "You cannot obtain legal status or become a citizen of the U.S. by illegally entering our country," Trump said, warning those who would seek to do so.

6. Mexico will pay for "100 percent" of the wall. Trump's reiteration comes hours after Mexican President Pena Nieto insisted the southern nation will not fund the project. Trump said, "They don't know it yet but they're going to pay for the wall. And they're great people and great leaders but they're going to pay for the wall."

7. The southern border wall will include above and below ground sensors to ensure individuals on the south side of the border are not able to tunnel into the U.S. There have been three reported tunnel discoveries this fiscal year.

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8. Catch and release policies will be dismantled. "Under my administration, anyone who illegally crosses the border will be detained until they are removed out of our country and back to the country from which they came," Trump explained.

9. Only self-sufficient immigrants will be approved for entry. "Select immigrants who are financially self-sufficient … and based on merit, skill and proficiency," Trump said.

10. Conservative author Ann Coulter is 100 percent back on board with Trump after saying last week she was worried about his alleged "softening" on the issue.