Is Donald Trump's immigration plan a good start or "a bag o' crazy?" His six-page document includes plans for a border wall that he says he'd get Mexico to bank roll. Is "anchor babies" an offensive term? Rich Lowry says no. Baratunde Thurston says, "they're called babies." Did Hillary Clinton give a good enough answer to Black Lives Matter activist Julius Jones?
Josh Barro describes the conversation as "at times productive and acrimonious." Thurston says productive and acrimonious are the perfect description for the African-American relationship with America. He says the the exchange was an example of a political interaction where we are better at the other end of it and we see her approach to the presidency as "not about hearts, it's about laws and policies." Lowry describes it as, "This was the authentic Hillary."
Josh Barro (New York Times) moderates from the Center. On the Left is Baratunde Thurston (Cultivated Wit and About Race). Rich Lowry (National Review) is on the Right.
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