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Passing the Torch on the Clinton Immigration Legacy

Let's play a quick game of Guess the Candidate: "...we must remain a nation of laws. We cannot tolerate illegal immigration and we must stop it. [Candidate] is making our border a place where the law is respected and drugs and illegal immigrants are turned away." You may be nodding your head (or rolling your eyes) at the usual antics of Donald Trump, but these were the words of then-incumbent President Bill Clinton's 1996 Democratic Party Platform.
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