Hilary Clinton’s Immigration Reform Proposal / El plan de Hilary Clinton por la reforma inmigratoria
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To win the democratic nomination 2383 delegates are needed. As of this morning, Hilary Clinton has 2184 pledged delegates to Sanders 1804; with superdelegates she has 2755 to Sanders 1852. While Donald trump is campaigning to enforce border security and deport the 11 million illegal immigrants living in the United States, Hillary Clinton’s immigration reform proposal during the 2016 presidential election could be explained as the polar opposite of Trump’s proposal. Clinton ran in the 2008 Democratic Party presidential primary election for president of the United States campaigning strongly on jobs and raising the minimum wage. During her second campaign in the 2016 presidential election, she finds herself pitted against Donald Trump’s massive deportation plan and Bernie Sanders’s democratic socialist plans to raise the minimum wage to $15.00 nationally.