Democratic presidential candidate and Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar on Sunday said she doesn’t support open borders like some of her Democratic opponents Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) and Julian Castro.
Klobuchar appeared on ABC’s This Week, where she was asked if she supported decriminalizing unauthorized border crossings.
“Elizabeth Warren this week came out with a proposal following up on what Julian Castro said in the debate to decriminalize unauthorized border crossings. You said you were going to look at that in the debate. Do you support that idea?” fill-in host Jon Karl asked.
“I support different enforcement priorities and of course I’ll look at the statute to see if you can make changes depending on the level of a security risk, but no I don’t support open borders and simply getting rid of this statute” Klobuchar said, referring to Section 1325.
She went on to say she believes the best solution is replacing President Donald Trump with a Democratic president. more