Krauthammer: Obama immigration preference ‘pure politics’

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Charles Krauthammer told viewers Friday on “Special Report with Bret Baier” that President Obama’s preference to check executive movement on immigration until after a midterm choosing is “pure politics” and that he has not been honest about his motives.

“What galls here is a approach he lies about it, so brazenly,” Krauthammer said. “When he spoke to Chuck Todd (on NBC’s “Meet a Press”), he prefaced a lie, a thought that it had zero to do with politics, by observant ‘Now I’m being honest here,’ that is always a pointer when we hear it from a politician to strech for your wallet.”

His comments came during a finish of a week where headlines focused mostly on unfamiliar policy.

But Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson on Monday concurred a president’s preference to check executive movement on immigration until after a midterms was political, observant “This kind of thing should not be introduced in a politically formidable meridian like we had in a run adult to an election.”

According to some reports, White House arch of staff Denis McDonough hold a private assembly with Latino lawmakers Thursday and affianced a boss would take executive movement after a midterms though before a holidays are over and would pull a emanate as distant as he could go underneath a law.

Krauthammer cited these as examples of a administration’s domestic maneuvering.

“If he says sensitively he’ll do it and not everybody is following a news on a meetings on a Hill between a Hispanic Caucus and a arch of staff, good it will be an issue, a antithesis will move it up, though it’s not going to soak by a sourroundings as it would otherwise,” Krauthammer said.


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