Hillary Clinton Goes After Rubio and Trump on Immigration

December 15, 2015, 7:26 PM UTC
Hillary Clinton in the first Democratic presidential debate in Las Vegas on Oct. 13
Hillary Clinton in the first Democratic presidential debate in Las Vegas on Oct. 13
Photograph by Josh Haner — Bloomberg via Getty Images

Hillary Clinton is taking direct aim at her Republican opponents. The Democratic frontrunner this week released a new plan on immigration and challenged Donald Trump and Marco Rubio on their positions.

Speaking at the National Immigration Integration Conference, Clinton disclosed the details of her plan, which includes a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants, reports ABC News.

In her speech, Clinton made a subtle dig at Trump. “You see I disagree with those who say make America great,” said Clinton, referring to Trump’s campaign slogan. “We are great and we’re going to stay great, and we’re going to get greater.”

She also attacked Rubio, criticizing him for disavowing his support for the 2013 Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act, ABC noted. Rubio was originally part of the “Gang of 8” that supported the bill, which included a pathway to citizenship. The bill passed the Senate but stalled in the House.

Clinton will debate Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley this Saturday night, but she will likely focus as much of her time as possible on attacking Republicans rather than the two men on stage with her.

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