Speaking at a town-hall meeting in Nashville, President Obama said it’s “theoretically” possible that the next administration could undo the amnesty he has granted to more than 4 million illegal immigrants, but he assured a supportive crowd that such a … more >
The next president won’t dare take the political risk that would come with undoing recent executive action on immigration reform, a defiant President Obama said Tuesday as he predicted his highly controversial steps will survive the test of time, even under a Republican administration.
Mr. Obama conceded that without new legislation, his action — which includes de facto amnesty for more than 4 million illegal immigrants — technically could be undone rather easily.
But in practical terms, the president said his successor will be unable to roll back his executive moves because doing so would carry grave political consequences.
Written by Ben Wolfgang
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