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Blowback: Why Anti-Immigrant Rhetoric and Ads Hurt the Republican Party

Posted on August 14th

As congressional lawmakers return home for the summer recess and campaign for the upcoming mid-term election, Republicans believe immigration is an issue they can use to mobilize their base. Specifically, many are calculating that voters are frustrated with the present crisis at the border and will respond positively to rhetoric that is tough on immigration. […]

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