Hillary Clinton opposes Obama deportation break

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The Democratic presidential hopeful, Hillary Clinton has joined her fellow rivals in opposing the action taken by the Obama administration in deporting the Central American immigrants who entered the U.S. illegally and go against deportation orders.

She made this known while speaking at a forum targeted and minority and young voters in Iowa, Clinton argued that the raids had “sown fear and division in immigrant communities across the country. People are afraid to out to their place of work, they are unable to send their kids to school and also have the fear of going for health care and neither can they visit a grocery store.

Although, Clinton in 2014 had come hard on the Central American minors who had crossed to the US illegally saying they should return to their home countries and her statement drawn a lot of criticism

However, on Monday she called for government-funded counsel for unaccompanied minors in immigration court, as well as more funding for asylum officers, translators and immigration judges.

“We have laws and we must be guided by those laws,’ Clinton said earlier, “but we shouldn’t have armed federal officers showing up at peoples’ homes, taking women and children out of their beds in the middle of the night.” According to fox news

Hilary: Attack on Bill Clinton is a Dead End

In another development, Hilary has responded the attack on her by Donald Trump as a “dead end ” and “won’t work she said during an interview asking if it is proper to dig into the past of her husband.

Earlier this week, Republican leading candidate, Donald Trump released an ad involving former President Bill Clinton and Lewinsky to depict more of his attacks. Clinton, had earlier maintained that   She won’t engage in battle of words with Trump as the election comes near side, ‘’if he wants to engage in personal attacks of the past, that’s his prerogative. You know, so be it,” she said. “He can say whatever he wants about me, but I am not going to let him, or any of the other Republicans rips away the progress we have made. … I’m going to stand up and make it clear there is a huge difference between us.”