Aug 30, 2015

Walker Says Wall on Canadian Border Worth Reviewing - ABC News

Republican presidential candidate Scott Walker says that building a wall along the country's norther border with Canada is a legitimate issue that merits further review. Republican candidates have generally taken a get-tough approach on deterring illegal immigration, but they usually focus...

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