Published: Fri, February 09, 2018
Global | By Enrique Rogers

Bush on immigrants: 'We ought to say thank you and welcome them'

Bush on immigrants: 'We ought to say thank you and welcome them'

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Bush was speaking at a summit organized by the Milken Institute, a Santa Monica, Calif.,-based think tank.

While never mentioning President Trump by name, Bush appeared to be pushing back on Trump's attempts to have warmer relations with Russian Federation, as well as his comments on immigration.

Mr Bush also said that "it's problematic that a foreign nation is involved in our election system". Our democracy is only good if people trust the results.

"The reason he does is because of the demise of the Soviet Union troubles him", he said. Therefore, many of his movements (are) to regain Soviet hegemony.

He stressed the importance of backing North Atlantic Treaty Organisation in response to Putin, who "is pushing, constantly pushing, probing weaknesses". "That's why North Atlantic Treaty Organisation is very important".

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Bush also said, however, that "whether (Russia) affected the outcome is another question".

Separately, Bush also seemed to depart from Trump's hard-line policies on immigration, saying some immigrants are "willing to do jobs that Americans won't do".

"Our system is broken but we've got to fix it".

Bush has been critical of Russian Federation, slamming it for working to "exploit our country's divisions".

Former President George W, Bush made a few comments in regard to immigrants and the need for Americans to both welcome and thank them. Last October, he delivered a speech addressing nationalism and Russian aggression, countering points presented by Trump though never addressing the current president by name.

"He has no moral authority and needs to keep his yap shut like he did for the Obama Presidency", lashed out another. He pleaded guilty in 1990 to six felonies and agreed to pay $600 million in penalties to settle a massive Wall Street fraud case.

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