Stewart: Immigration Policy Must State "What's Right for America"
Woodbridge, VA - Republican U.S. Senate candidate Corey Stewart stood with President Trump's policies on border security saying our immigration policy must reflect "what's right for America".
Stewart, a conservative and strong Trump supporter, made his remarks on Kasie DC on MSNBC Sunday night.
“The question is what is in the best interest of the United States,” Stewart told interviewer Kasie Hunt with the criteria “what’s right for American workers – what’s right for the United States.”
Stewart says failing to control the flood of refugees now will lead to a “much bigger humanitarian crisis later.”
Stewart chairs the Prince William County Board of Supervisors where he led the nation’s toughest crackdown on illegal aliens. Stewart has gone after Kaine for the incumbent’s refusal to support the Border Wall and refusal to support any part of the President’s border security agenda.