by Ken Fine
For those here illegally today, who are seeking legal status, they will have one route and one route only. To return home and apply for reentry like everybody else, under the rules of the new legal immigration system that I have outlined above. Those who have left to seek entry — Thank you.Well, apparently, his remarks didn't sit well with, well, Donald Trump. Asked Monday if he would, in fact, rule out a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants, Trump gave Trump—and a bunch of befuddled reporters, pundits and citizens—something to chew on. From CNN:
I'm not ruling out anything. We're going to make that decision in the future. OK?Umm ... sure?
Lyin' Hillary Clinton told the FBI that she did not know the "C" markings on documents stood for CLASSIFIED. How can this be happening?— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 4, 2016
Mr. Trump, I know you're new to this so let me help you here. "C" stands for CONFIDENTIAL, not classified. https://t.co/8CIN72JRL8— Bradley P. Moss, Esq (@BradMossEsq) September 5, 2016
The preliminary autopsy for a Raleigh teen found unresponsive in a community pool in Raleigh's Heritage Point neighborhood on Saturday afternoon confirmed her family's theory that she was electrocuted.6) Burr is maybe in trouble.
Rachel Rosoff, 17, of 2405 Rogerson St., was found in the pool on Valley Forge Road and pulled from the water at about 2:30 p.m., according to authorities.
Rosoff was a student at Enloe High School, and she worked as a lifeguard at the community pool through the Aquatic Management Group.
Democrats were bearish on North Carolina at the beginning of the year. But now it’s Republicans who are worrying about the state and Democrat Deborah Ross’ surprising strength in it.7) Expect traffic and road closures in weird places this afternoon, Durham folks.
Ross, a former state legislator and ACLU leader, wasn’t her party’s top pick to challenge Burr. But Burr — who has publicly declared he plans to do little campaigning until October — did not try to squash Ross this spring when she had little money or national support. Now they are running neck and neck in polls, fueled by Clinton’s strong push. Even the in-state environment isn’t great for Burr: GOP Gov. Pat McCrory trails in his reelection bid.