President Trump turned to an unlikely source Tuesday evening to find support for his hard-line immigration policies: his predecessor, Barack Obama. Obama giving a speech in 2005 that contained some tough-sounding talk on immigration.
According to Obama, "Those who enter the country illegally, and those who employ them, disrespect the rule of law and they are showing disregard for those who are following the law", Obama said in the clip.
"We simply can not allow people to pour into the United States undetected, undocumented, unchecked, and circumventing the line of people who are waiting patiently, diligently and lawfully to become immigrants into this country", Obama said.
"The mainstream media is demonizing [President Trump] for talking tough on the caravan", McDaniel tweeted, "but where was their criticism of Barack Obama when he said this?"
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Campaigning for Nevada Senate candidate Jacky Rosen, Obama told the crowd to "remember who started" the trends of economic growth and job creation his successor is touting. "A total mess! They only wish they had that decision to make over again", Trump said.
There was "no proof of anything", Trump said when pressed over his statements that people from the Middle East are among those traveling in the migrant caravan before adding that "there very well could be". "We certainly do not want any more coming in". Democrats also posted early vote leads in nearby Washoe County, which has more registered Republicans. "People need to be heard and we're not going to stop fighting until we're heard". According to President Trump, he looks back to the past to see how in just a few years the minds of Democrats have changed to a more radical left position. Here is one simple fact-this is a fact. "Because of family preferences, immigration begets more immigration - a fact of which Schumer is keenly aware".