I respect your opinion but must correct you on several points.
Watch the first two minutes of this, you'll understand exactly what he means. He never said Mexicans are all rapists, you need to listen to the sound bite & the phone call that they host with Donald Trump afterward.
In relations to "unifying" the country, Democrats in D.C won't work with Trump because they are convinced that he's a white supremacist, which you may believe he is because you'll state that he's been endorsed by David Duke. He's been condemning him since 1991. Here's a huge list of times he's disavowed David Duke of the KKK. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SlOH_iKxPus
Democrats are also convinced that Trump is "Putin's Puppet" which he, in fact, isn't. Here are few reasons why;
Do you really think that if Trump was Putin's Puppet, he would be putting sanctions on Russia? Do you think that Trump is colluding with Russia? Here's also a few articles of big named officials explaining how there's ZERO EVIDENCE of Russian collusion.
(The definition of Puppet is; a person, party, or state under the control of another person, group, or power.)
The wall Trump is going to build is doing nothing more than stopping Illegal immigrants, but most of the drugs in the city I live in, El Paso, Texas, come through the border. Here are some statistics from 2013 from the DEA. "Prisons are overflowing with drug-related offenders, as 330,000 prison inmates in 2012 were incarcerated for drug offenses. Over 30 percent of all offenses in 2013 were related to drug trafficking, and 22,215 cases of drug trafficking were reported to the United States Sentencing Commission in the 2013 fiscal year."
Drug Trafficking means; global illicit trade involving the cultivation, manufacture, distribution, and sale of substances which are subject to drug prohibition laws.
With your points relating to making immigration easier, I feel that the process we have is working just fine, and when I say that it's working fine, I'm talking about how the selection process for citizenship is fine. I don't think that we should speed up the process, or increase however many immigrants that we take in over a period of time. On average, since 2000, the United States has been allowing up to 1,300,000 immigrants into the United States legally. I feel that the number of immigrants per year should stay at what it currently is.
The last point to end of all of this information, I completely agree that bipartisan debate needs to occur to get the ball rolling in D.C, however, due to the rhetoric brought upon Trump and his supporters, the bipartisan debate won't occur anytime soon. The liberal attack on the 2nd Amendment, Free speech on campus (Look at Ben Shapiro for example) and the attack on Trump himself through late night talk shows, the NFL, and the media needs to come to a halt before debate occurs.