Cory Booker: ‘We do have an issue on the southern border’

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Democratic presidential hopeful Cory Booker admitted Tuesday that there’s a problem with unlawful immigration on the southern border — and urged fellow Democrats to not deny the severity of the state of affairs.

Booker, a senator from New Jersey, made the assertion at a marketing campaign occasion in Sergeant Bluff, Iowa, in keeping with video of the occasion.

“We do have an issue on the southern border,” Booker stated. “Democrats shouldn’t deny that we [do]. Nations ought to have borders, borders ought to be revered.”

Booker, nonetheless, went on to criticize President Trump’s name to construct a wall on the the southern border to stem the circulation of Central American migrants who come throughout hoping to achieve asylum within the U.S.

“My beef with this president is that primary, his applied sciences don’t work. I’ve gone all the way down to the border, I’ve frolicked with [Customs and Border Protection]” Booker stated. “They’re like, ‘there’s no manner we’d like a wall coast to coast.’”

“We now have a time now the place you should utilize sensors and applied sciences and drones and much more to guard the border, which is what we must always do,” he added.

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