2020 Democrats divided over decriminalization of illegal border crossings as moderate Tim Ryan mocking ultra-liberals who say: & If you want to enter this country, at least you have to ring the bell! & # 39;
Democratic presidential candidates broke openly during the second presidential debate on the decriminalization of illegal border crossings, and actually introduced the kind of open border policy that Donald Trump warned about.
Senator Bernie Sanders, one of the most left-wing democrats on stage on Tuesday night, claimed in a CNN arena in Detroit: & I don't think they are criminals. & # 39;
However, his closest competitor, Elizabeth Warren, told contenders & # 39; what you are saying is ignoring the law & # 39 ;, what she said the nation cannot do while promising to get rid of the law that makes it a crime .
Democratic presidential candidates broke open with each other during the second presidential debate on the decriminalization of illegal border crossings
& # 39; If you want to come to this country right now, at least you have to ring the bell, & # 39; he said. & # 39; You are not decriminalizing people who are just entering the United States, & # 39; Ohio Rep. Tim Ryan in Detroit
Senator Bernie Sanders said: & In my opinion they are not criminals. & # 39; Elizabeth Warren disagreed and said: & # 39; What you are saying is ignoring the law & # 39;
It started a debate among the ten Democrats on stage about whether the country should allow anyone making the trek to the United States to migrate to the rich nation, whether or not they have a legitimate asylum application.
Ohio Congressman Tim Ryan, a moderate presidential candidate, insisted that the policy should remain in force.
& # 39; If you want to come to this country right now, at least you have to ring the bell, & # 39; he said. & # 39; You are not decriminalizing people who are just entering the United States. & # 39;
Ryan responded to Warren's argument that democratic policies that address the border crisis should not contribute to Trump's claims.
& # 39; We need to resolve the border crisis, a big part of how we do it is that we don't play in the hands of Donald Trump & she said.
Montana Government Steve Bullock refuted: & You play in the hands of Donald Trump. The challenge is not that it is a crime across the border. The challenges that Donald Trump is president and using this to tear apart families the same immigration system needs the same leader and we can do that with decriminalizing health care for everyone. & # 39;
Trump has depended his re-election campaign on the argument that Democrats for & # 39; open borders & # 39; and would be a magnet for criminal immigrants and gang members.
His campaign leader, Brad Parscale, immediately shot back on Tuesday evening in a tweet that showed that many Democrats at the debate stage believe that the undocumented act of entering America is a crime.
& # 39; First hour of debates: No more private insurance. Great government socialism. Open borders, & he said.
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