Trump to Bill O’Reilly, “14th Amendment is unconstitutional”

Donald Trump clashed with Bill O’Reilly on Tuesday night over the part of his immigration plan that would take away citizenship from the children who were born in the United States but whose parents came to the country illegally.Under the 14th Amendment, O’Reilly told Trump on “The O’Reilly Factor,” mass deportations of so-called birthright citizens cannot happen.Trump disagreed, and said that “many lawyers are saying that’s not the way it is in terms of this.”“What happens is, they’re in Mexico, they’re going to have a baby, they move over here for a couple of days, they have the baby,” Trump said, telling O’Reilly that the lawyers said, “It’s not going to hold up in court, it’s going to have to be tested.“Regardless, when people are illegally in the country, they have to go. Now, the good ones — there are plenty of good ones — will work, so it’s expedited, we can expedite it where they come back in, but they come back legally,” Trump clarified.

Full Story: Donald Trump 2016: To Bill O’Reilly, Trump says 14th Amendment is unconstitutional – POLITICO


  1. al

    Iowa means nothing in Politics. Santorum won Iowa in 2012. The corn belt and farmers in IOwa mean nothing. It’s the city votes and the ghetto votes that determine the President. Iowa is a joke and should be ignored.

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      I was an optimistic person for the first forty years of my life. Now, not so much. I hope it won’t take another four decades for that to swing round again. And, darn, YouTube won’t let me see the video! Ever try veoh?

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