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Clinton Views On Border Security Change Based On Which State She's In

- January 7, 2016

To A Nevada TV Station, Clinton Said That We Could Not Afford To Build A Wall At The Southern Border

Clinton Said She Doesn't Think The U.S. Can Afford To Build A Wall On The Mexican Border. MADDELA: "Can we afford the build a wall on the southern order or ship everyone back." CLINTON: "Well I don't think so, I think it's particularly challenging for those who are advocating that to respond to the fact that we have spent many hundreds of billions of dollars tightening the border security on our southern border." (FOX5 Vegas, 1/6/16)

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Yet, In New Hampshire Clinton Bragged About How She "Voted Numerous Times" To Build A Barrier Between The U.S. And Mexico

While In New Hampshire Clinton Boasted About The Number Of Times She Voted To "Build A Barrier To Try And Prevent Illegal Immigrants From Coming In." CLINTON: "Look, I voted numerous times when I was a senator to spend money to build a barrier to try to prevent illegal immigrants from coming in. And I do think you have to control your borders." (Hillary Clinton, Remarks At Town Hall In Windham High School, Windham, NH, 11/9/15)

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FLASHBACK: Earlier This Year While In Nevada, Clinton Vowed To Go "Beyond President Obama On The Issue" Of Immigration

Clinton Moved To The Left On Immigration "Beyond President Barack Obama On The Issue." "It might be the early days of the Democratic primary, but Hillary Clinton on Tuesday appeared to move straight to the general election, challenging the Republicans to attack her on immigration by moving beyond President Barack Obama on the issue." (Annie Karni, "Hillary Clinton Pivots Left On Immigration," Politico, 5/5/15)

  • Clinton "Would Do Everything Possible" To "Go Even Further" Than Obama In Using Executive Actions To Give Illegal Immigrants Legal Protection. "Clinton said she would go even further than the president has through executive action, by allowing more immigrants to get legal protection and work permits. 'I would do everything possible under the law to go even further - there are more people, like many parents of Dreamers, and others with deep ties and contributions to our communities who deserve a chance to stay, and I would fight for them,' Clinton said." (Annie Karni, "Hillary Clinton Pivots Left On Immigration," Politico, 5/5/15)

Clinton "Staked Out An Aggressive Position On Immigration In Las Vegas," Which She Hopes Will Leave "Little Room For Any Potential Democratic Challengers To Tack To Her Left." "Hillary Clinton staked out an aggressive position on immigration in Las Vegas, Nevada, Tuesday, offering proposals that satisfy many advocates' most ambitious hopes and leaving little room for any potential Democratic challengers to tack to her left." (Jennifer Epstein, "Hillary Clinton Takes Aggressive Stance On Immigration," Bloomberg Politics , 5/5/15)


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