David Bacon: Hillary Clinton in Denial About Impact of Trade Policy on Immigration
The Real News
January 25, 2016
Hillary Clinton has outlined what she would do on immigration if she becomes president. She claims that she would like to extend President Obama's deportation relief programs, also known as the ACA and DAPA, and close private immigrant detention centers and introduce immigration reform legislation with a path to full and equal citizenship.
However, despite her positive-sounding campaign speeches on immigration, Clinton has a track record of making controversial statements about undocumented immigrants.
Read the transcript at The Real News
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