Clinton & Sanders Vow NOT to Deport Illegals — Commit to Push Amnesty

Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders staked their ground Wednesday night in Florida as both vowing not to deport children and illegal immigrants with a clean criminal record.

Their comments set up a showdown with Republican candidates Donald Trump and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, who both have vowed to clamp down on illegal immigrants in the country.

Trump and Cruz, along with Florida Sen. Marco Rubio and Ohio Gov. John Kasich will get their opportunity to address the thorny topic Thursday when they debate in the Sunshine State.

Clinton and Sanders squared off in their eighth debate Wednesday night held at Miami Dade College in Florida. The Univision/CNN debate is the final one scheduled this month between the candidates in the running for the 2016 Democratic nomination.

During the debate, both Clinton and Sanders vowed to push for immigration reform if elected president.

HILLARY CLINTON SAYS WE’VE DONE A GOOD JOB SECURING THE BORDER

HILLARY CLINTON PROMISES PERMANENT AMNESTY FOR ILLEGAL ALIENS

SANDERS THREATENS TO USE EXECUTIVE ACTION LIKE OBAMA TO LEGALIZE ILLEGAL ALIENS

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