Rick Santorum: Scott Walker and Ted Cruz Weak on Immigration, Donald Trump Right

GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum came out in support of fellow GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump’s immigration plan, and said fellow GOP candidates Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Gov. Scott Walker (R-WI) are too “soft” on immigration.

Santorum said Walker was “the first to change his position” on immigration, reported Politico, which also noted Santorum criticized Cruz for his proposal to increase H1B visas “five-fold” for skilled workers.

Santorum said he supports Trump’s proposal to end birth right citizenship, also referred to as “anchor babies.”

“I will propose we join every other developed country in the world save one, and put an end to automatic citizenship for children born here to illegal immigrants,” Santorum stated.

Santorum was the first GOP presidential candidate to provide a detailed plan on immigration, which went further than the first step most candidates discuss, which is sealing the borders.

He explained his immigration plan to Breitbart News’ Matthew Boyle exclusively while in Cleveland, Ohio during the first GOP primary debate.


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