Democrats Clash on Immigration
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From the LeftThe Democratic Debate In Miami Proves That 2016 Comes Down To Immigration
Something happened at Wednesday's Democratic debate that rarely -- if ever -- does on such a national stage: An undocumented immigrant, speaking in Spanish, talked about her life and asked the candidates what they would do to help people like her.
From the LeftOPINION: Clinton, Sanders may regret immigration vows
It is a safe bet when Univision hosts a debate, run by Latino moderators, that immigration will be a primary topic. This was certainly the case in Miami Wednesday night, as the first hour of the Democratic debate was almost entirely devoted to immigration, border security and legalization. The substance of that first half, however, was so full of blatant pandering to Latino voters and wild promises to wield executive power on their behalf that it could come back to haunt the eventual Democratic nominee (likely Hillary Clinton) in a...
From the RightWho's Best For Hispanics? Clinton, Sanders Debate
Fighting for Florida and beyond, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders tangled in an intense debate Wednesday night over who's the true friend of American Hispanics, trading accusations over guest worker programs "akin to slavery" and the embracing of "vigilantes" against immigrants.