Obama: He's clear on illegal imigration ... as is Dianne Feinstein
As illegal immigration begins to take center stage with the 2018 midterm elections rapidly approaching, the Trump administration is grappling with how to prevent a Central America caravan of 10,000 illegal aliens from entering the United States.
Democrats, especially those running for reelection, aren't interested in discussing the topic. They've been told by pollsters to avoid the issue on the campaign trail.
But there's one Democrat who holds views on the issue similar to...President Trump. Or used to anyway.
Naturally, President Trump took notice.
If we rewind the tape again, we find Democrat Senator Dianne Feinstein going even further on the issue.
"People who should be here are those who come legally and we have to for the time being, enforce our borders," Feinstein said in 1993. "I think we should enforce our borders. To have a sitaution where 40 percent of the babies born on Medicaid in California today are born of illegal immigrants creates a very real problem for the state...to have 17 percent of our prison population at a cost of $300 million a year. The illegal immigrants who come here to commit felonies, that's not what our nation is about."