Clinton Says She Would 'Go Further' Than Obama's Executive Orders in Helping Illegals

By Eric Scheiner | October 14, 2015 | 1:03pm EDT

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said in last night's presidential debate on CNN that she “would go further than even the executive orders that President Obama has signed” in helping illegal aliens in the United States.

“You know, I came to Las Vegas in, I think, May, early may. Met with a group of DREAMers [illegal alien children]. I wish everybody in America could meet with these young people, to hear their stories, to know their incredible talent, their determination, and that's why I would go further than even the executive orders that President Obama has signed when I'm president,” Clinton said.

In November 2014 President Obama took executive actions to shield over 4 million illegal immigrants from deportation. Texas and several other states sued the federal government over the plan to unilaterally suspend the immigration laws and have been granted an injunction.


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