nearvideo trump tweets back in Ann Coulter’s defense of his immigration proposal
The conservative commentator Ann Coulter said she could support Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-VT, in the year 2020, and at once floated the idea of working in his administration, when he returned to his previous stance on immigration.
In a preview clip from PBS’s “Firing Line with Margaret Hoover” published on Wednesday, host Margaret Hoover, and asked Coulter how she viewed the progressive senator. She asked if they would support him if he the campaign on “getting rid of low-skilled workers” higher wages.
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“When he went back to his original position that the pro-blue-collar position. I mean, it makes Total sense with him,” she said. When he went back to this position, I would vote for him. I could work for him. I don’t care about the rest of the socialist stuff. Only we can do something for ordinary Americans?”
Coulter was apparently referring to Sanders’ political position in 2007, where he against an immigration reform bill, which he feared would be the journey to wages for lower income workers. He is the co-author of a restrictive immigration amendment with Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-IA. The bill failed, ultimately, in the Senate.
Sanders rejected the idea of open borders, during a speech at a campaign event earlier this month.
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“What we need is comprehensive immigration reform. If you open the borders, my God, there is a lot of poverty in this world, and you’ll have people from all over the world. And I don’t think this is something that we can do at this point. You can’t do it. So this is not my position,” said Sanders.
Coulter, who wrote the book “In Trump we Trust”, the 2016 election, was an early supporter of Donald Trump but has since become a vocal critic of the President did not keep his campaign promises to the construction of a wall on the southern border.