George W. Bush Tells Congress To ‘Put Aside Harsh Rhetoric About Immigration’
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In an interview Sunday morning, former President George W. Bush said Congress ought to “set a tone that is more respectful” of immigrants and to end such “harsh rhetoric about immigration.” “I do want to say to Congress, please put aside all of the harsh rhetoric about immigration, please put aside trying to score political points on either side. I hope I can help set a tone that is more respectful about the immigrant, which may lead to reform of the system,” Bush said to CBS on Sunday. The former President’s interview came days after he published an op-ed in the Washington Post calling for bi…

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