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Jorge Ramos Interviews John McCain

Univision, Posted: Sep 13, 2008

MIAMI In an exclusive interview with Univision anchor Jorge Ramos, Republican presidential candidate John McCain defended Sarah Palin's credentials, skirted questions about his vote in favor of the border wall, and highlighted his differences from his opponent. Jorge Ramos interviewed John McCain on his political news show Al Punto. When asked about his partys platform to support English as the official language of the United States and abolish bilingual education, McCain said: Has our party been damaged because some of the language that has been used? Yes, but look, I am the guy that took on the issue of immigration reform when it wasn't popular in my party to do so. McCain said he would enact comprehensive immigration reform and secure the borders. McCain said the United States should deport or imprison the two million undocumented immigrants who have broken laws, but provide a path to citizenship for other law-abiding immigrants. 
When asked why he voted for the construction of a border wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, McCain said, I don't know exactly what you are referring to.

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