Trump: Illegals Being Entitled to Due Process an Open Question

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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump stated that people in the United States illegally “may or may not” be entitled to due process before being deported, and that while he doesn’t agree they are necessarily entitled to due process, it doesn’t mean he wouldn’t give them due process. He also said that while he supports medical marijuana, he’d have to see the health impacts of Colorado’s legalization of recreational marijuana are on Wednesday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “The O’Reilly Factor.” Trump said, in response to host Bill O’Reilly arguing illegal immigrants would be entitled to due process before being deported, [relevant exchange begins around 2:30] “If they’re here illegally they may or they may not be [entitled to due process]. Just like the argument we had about the anchor babies. In my opinion, you don’t need –.” After O’Reilly cut in to object, “I’m telling you all settled law says once you’re here, you are entitled to our constitutional protections, every single case.” Trump countered, “I disagree. That doesn’t mean I wouldn’t do that.” The discussion later turned to Colorado’s legalization of marijuana, Trump stated that dealers going to Colorado and then selling marijuana in other states is a “real problem.”
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Fmr Obama Spokesman: President ‘Has Signaled’ He Supports Hillary’s Candidacy

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Wednesday on CNN, former White House press secretary Jay Carney, who served as President Barack Obama’s spokesman until May 2014, said that while Obama is “remaining neutral,” Obama “has signaled” his support for Hillary Clinton. “I think the president has signaled while still remaining neutral that he supports Secretary Clinton’s candidacy and would prefer to see her as the nominee,” Carney said. “He won’t officially embrace her unless and until it’s clear she’s going to be the nominee. I think he’s maintaining that tradition of not intervening in a party primary. But I don’t think there is any doubt that he wants Hillary to win the nomination and believes that she would be the best candidate in the fall and the most effective as president in carrying forward what he’s achieved. (h/t RCP Video) Follow Jeff Poor on Twitter @jeff_poor
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Rubio: ‘Jeb Has No Foreign Policy Experience’

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Republican presidential candidate Florida Senator Marco Rubio said that fellow candidate former Florida Governor Jeb Bush “has no foreign policy experience. None” on Wednesday’s broadcast of CNN’s “Situation Room.” When asked about criticisms from Jeb that he’s not ready to be president, Rubio stated, “Jeb is trying to say whatever he can to get an advantage. The fact of the matter is, Jeb has no foreign policy experience. None. He just has no foreign policy experience, and he was governor a long time ago. The world has changed a lot in the last ten years, and foreign policy has changed a lot in the last five years. And no one on that stage has more experience or has shown better judgment, or a better understanding of the national security threats before this country than I have. And I hope we’ll have these conversations in these debates.” Later, when asked about his strategy going forward, Rubio responded, “[W]e’re going to continue with our message. Our message is not going to change. I find it — you know, it’s interesting, we’re now in an environment — it used to be where if you changed your message too often you were accused of
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Rubio: ‘Jeb Has No Foreign Policy Experience’

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Republican presidential candidate Florida Senator Marco Rubio said that fellow candidate former Florida Governor Jeb Bush “has no foreign policy experience. None” on Wednesday’s broadcast of CNN’s “Situation Room.” When asked about criticisms from Jeb that he’s not ready to be president, Rubio stated, “Jeb is trying to say whatever he can to get an advantage. The fact of the matter is, Jeb has no foreign policy experience. None. He just has no foreign policy experience, and he was governor a long time ago. The world has changed a lot in the last ten years, and foreign policy has changed a lot in the last five years. And no one on that stage has more experience or has shown better judgment, or a better understanding of the national security threats before this country than I have. And I hope we’ll have these conversations in these debates.” Later, when asked about his strategy going forward, Rubio responded, “[W]e’re going to continue with our message. Our message is not going to change. I find it — you know, it’s interesting, we’re now in an environment — it used to be where if you changed your message too often you were accused of
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Breitbart News Daily: South Carolina in Focus — Maggie Haberman and Richard Viguerie

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On the February 10 Breitbart News Daily show, broadcast on Sirius XM Patriot channel 125 from 6AM to 9AM EST, host and Breitbart News executive chairman Stephen K. Bannon will interview a number of guests, including Richard Viguerie, author of Takeover: The 100-Year War for the Soul of the GOP and How Conservatives Can Finally Win It, on what Donald Trump’s and Bernie Sanders’ victories mean for the grassroots and political class. New York Times presidential campaign correspondent Maggie Haberman will discuss how the volatile 2016 race has played out in both the Democratic and Republican parties — and what to expect in the upcoming South Carolina primary. Live from London and Rome, correspondents will deliver live updates on the ongoing Muslim migrant crisis and other European news. The program is the first live, conservative radio enterprise to air seven days a week. Sirius XM Vice President for news and talk Dave Gorab called the show “the conservative news show of record.” Follow Breitbart News on Twitter for live updates during the show. Listeners may call into the show at: 866-957-2874.
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