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Obama: I 'Fundamentally Reject' Cantor Loss Means Immigration Reform Is Over

Obama: I 'Fundamentally Reject' Cantor Loss Means Immigration Reform Is Over

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President Obama sent a clear message that House Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s primary election loss was a sign that the push for immigration reform was over.

Obama brought up the election during a fundraiser in Weston, Massachusetts, criticizing the reaction from pundits.

Obama vowed to tell Speaker Boehner to reject the notion as well, pointing out that DREAMers – children of illegal immigrants – deserved acceptance from Americans.

Obama told his donors that it was more important than ever for Democrats to vote in the midterm elections, and vowed to fight the “extreme faction” of Republicans who opposed amnesty.


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