Hillary Clinton: ‘Trump Is Wrong! We Have The Most Secure Border We Have Ever Had’ (Video)

Hillary Clinton: ‘Trump Is Wrong! We Have The Most Secure Border We Have Ever Had’ (Video)

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton faced questions about her past support for a “fence” on the Mexican border, and how that differs from Republican presumptive nominee Donald Trump’s proposed “wall,” during a CNN/Univision debate in Miami in March.

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Clinton responded that Sen. Sanders also supported “a pedestrian fence in some places, a vehicle fence in other places,” but she would not acknowledge that Trump’s wall was needed to secure the United States, and for good reason.

Clinton’s stated positions on immigration and illegal’s suggests she is the most extreme candidate on immigration ever to run for the office of the U.S. Presidency, and that includes Obama who systematically dismantled the U.S. immigration law during his two terms in office.

Clinton went on to say, “We have a secure border,” she urged. “There’s no need for this rhetoric and demagoguery that still is carried out on the Republican side. You’ve run out of excuses. Let’s move to comprehensive immigration reform with a path to citizenship.”

Clinton releases her plan to dissolve the U.S. border within 100 days.

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UPDATE: June 3, 2016 – I’m not sure when, but the video has been removed from Youtube… gee, I can’t imagine why.

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