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Obama to Univision: 'I'm Not a King'

Posted: Feb 01, 2013


President Obama, who was interviewed this week on Univision and Telemundo, said he hopes to pass immigration reform this year. When asked whether he would consider a moratorium on deportations of non-criminals, Obama told Univision, "I'm not a king." In an interview on Telemundo, when asked whether the deportations would continue, Obama said, "What– what I’m saying is that that may be a moot question, because I anticipate us being able to get comprehensive immigration reform done." Read more



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