Clinton agrees with Bush's immigration plan

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May 22, 2006 02:15

 
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Former President Bill Clinton on Sunday said President George W. Bush is doing a good job on immigration reform, praising his call for better border security and moderation in dealing with illegal immigrants. "I basically think President Bush has done a good job with this," Clinton told a convention of shopping center developers. "I'm different with him on nearly everything, but I think he's done a good job with this." Clinton said employers were not blameless for hiring undocumented workers, who he described as "chasing their dreams the same way you chase your dreams." He also said any reform that included a path to citizenship should not punish those who migrate legally.

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