When he was Lt. Gov. Tim Kaine, he opposed illegal immigration.
Full speech: https://www.c-span.org/video/?189134-1/ … ial-debate
Short clip: https://twitter.com/i/web/status/786891092599857153
When she was Sen. Clinton, she was "adamantly against illegal immigrants".
* https://www.youtube.comadamantly against/watch?v=Nk9GGGAz0fA
I don't think that was racist. And, I don't think its racist for Trump now to oppose illegal immigration. "We've got to do more about our borders."
by Credence2 2 years ago
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by Ralph Schwartz 2 years ago
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by Readmikenow 12 days ago
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by Susie Lehto 2 years ago
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by The General Conservative 2 years ago
Liberals: What more would Hillary have to do to lose your vote?
by karl 4 years ago
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