Some Republicans Worried about Trump’s Immigration Policies

From Javier Manjarres at the Shark Tank:

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s tough-to-measured, then back-to-tough approach on immigration reform has caused Miami Republican Congressman Mario Diaz-Balart to ask Trump to clarify exactly where he stands on the issue, as well as on a host of other foreign policy issues.

Like Senator Marco Rubio and the rest of the Miami Republican congressional delegation-Reps. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen and Carlos Curbelo- Diaz-Balart has been one of the toughest opponents of the Castro regime in Cuba as well as of the Chavez/Maduro crime syndicate in Venezuela.

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Here is Diaz Balart stating that President Obama favors communist countries over pro-American ones.

 

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