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Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris said: “We can open borders”, how to distance you further from your party calls for unrestricted immigration, and breaks the existing barriers on the US-Mexican border.
The US-senator of California, a leading 2020 hopeful for the White house on the Democratic side, has recently been overshadowed by the entry of a Senate colleague Bernie Sanders — the progressive, “probably first choice in the race, and the possible candidacy of Beto O’rourke, the former Congressman from Texas, is already on the rise and the positioning of himself as the anti-Trump candidate.
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This Harris prompted to come out against O’rourke’s call to lower the existing 700 miles of fencing to tear at the U.S.-Mexico border during a Wednesday night appearance on Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show”.
“No, I think we need secure borders,” said Harris, the President trump the immigration policy in the Senate.
“But we need a smart border security. We can’t open borders, we need secure borders, all Nations do,” she continued. “All Nations define their borders, but we should not have a policy, and the perspective is grounded to push in the people, for the purposes of this nationalist sort of thing this President is trying.”
“But we need a smart border security. We can’t open borders, we need secure borders, all Nations do.”
— U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif.
The rebuke comes after O’rourke MSNBC said last week that he would “absolutely” the demolition of the border wall in El Paso, Texas, when he had the chance.
“Absolutely, I would said down the wall,” O’Rouke. “Here’s what we know: According to the Secure Fence Act, we have 600 miles of wall and fencing on a 2,000-mile border. What this has done, is in any demonstrable way made us safer.”
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Harris has is in your TV, come to that, although she wants a secure border, which should be allowed to people. They also reiterated that the United States “is a nation that was founded and has grown because we have always welcomed immigrants.”
Harris’ comments were carefully protected, while other Democrats will run for President, as the U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York, have openly endorsed such ideas as the abolition of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Agency.
But just in the last year, Harris told several news agencies that the US is “maybe” or “probably” should “start from scratch” on an immigration enforcement agency, echoed the concerns of the “abolition of ICE” movement.
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Harris’ distancing himself from the far left of the party has been in motion for days. On Tuesday, your commitment to capitalism instead of democratic socialism, and repeated and reiterated what they said a day before: “I’m a democratic-socialist.”
“I think capitalism has great strengths, if it works for all people equally well,” she said. “I think we need to recognize that in the last many decades, the rules were written in a manner excluded, working-class families and middle-class families, and we have been on the right course.”