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Senator Rand Paul throws his support.
Behind a path -- citizenship for the eleven million or so illegal immigrants that are in America.
The -- support is very significant and obviously there are a lot of Tea Party supporters of his that strongly disagree.
With his new take on this watch.
We're trying to do is add teeth to that bipartisan plan we want to make sure the border securities in there as conservatives we have always worried that.
Well you're gonna give them legal status and say we give border security later would never comes like so many liberal promises so what were asking for is.
Every year we get to vote on whether the borders becoming more secure and all of immigration reform.
Is dependent on those votes but congress gets to vote not the administration report.
Congress -- to vote on whether not to borders secure and that is one senator is making headlines for a couple weeks now Kelly right live in Washington.
What is senator Paul's objective here -- But the bottom line here bill first of all morning to you as well -- Rand Paul believes immigration reform cannot become a reality.
Without -- -- Republican seated at the table in other words getting involved.
Paul is riding on a wave of popularity right now among conservatives.
And he's expending some of that political capital of this.
In making it clear that he supports comprehensive immigration reform.
But with certain conditions the senator is taking his message to the streets so to speak he's addressing the US Hispanic chamber of commerce.
This morning he will unveil his immigration plan he explained -- Fox News that his plan is different from fellow Republican senator Marco Rubio.
-- from President Obama and that he wants to be able to sink some teeth into it.
At and make sure that there is border security that is trust that you can trust and verify that it does exist if.
-- point that Kelly as you're talking there is senator -- is live by the way and we expect Rand Paul to be next.
So that's why that's on the screen to -- -- eleven million illegals in the US today how would senator Paul handle that.
What his position could give a boost so a bipartisan group debate senators were seeking ways to.
Overall immigration reforms here's what the senator proposes.
He believes you have to move forward by first acknowledging.
The United States is not going to deport those eleven million illegal immigrants now that's -- position as you know.
Will frustrate some of his Tea Party supporters who are adamant that a legal citizens must be sent back to their native countries before re entering this country senator Paul tells Fox News.
That with conversely annually.
For five years making sure the borders are secure that providing temporary work he says.
They can make a pathway towards citizenship.
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