The White House is adding five feet to their fence – their wall – to help keep out intruders, yet Barack Obama arrogantly said the following at the Rutgers’ University Commencement.
“Building walls won’t do that.” President Obama goes after Trump in Rutgers commencement addresshttps://t.co/hK1etx5JS3
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In 2005, Hillary Clinton said: “I am adamantly against illegal immigrants. … Clearly, we have to make some tough decisions as a country, and one of them ought to be coming up with a much better entry-and-exit system so that if we’re going to let people in for the work that otherwise would not be done, let’s have a system that keeps track of them.”
That’s when it was popular to have borders.
In November, 2015, Hillary Clinton boasted about voting to fund a border wall numerous times. She has since changed her mind.
At a rally in Cleveland two months ago, Hillary Clinton bemoaned all the talk among Republicans about building a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border to keep illegal immigrants out of the country.
“Don’t let anybody tell you we can’t make it in America anymore. We can, we are and we will,” Clinton said. “But in order to do that, we can’t be talking about building walls or turning the clock back.”
That would be her clock to November 2015 when she was all for it before she realized the Democrats want open borders.
She mocked Trump for his comments about building a wall during a debate earlier this year.