Vukmir, Baldwin split on Trump’s plan to eliminate birthright citizenship

Vukmir, Baldwin

U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin and and her GOP opponent, Leah Vukmir, are on opposite sides of a plan from President Trump to end birthright citizenship for some born in the U.S.
While Baldwin, D-Madison, instead called for "comprehensive immigration reform," Vukmir, R-Brookfield, characterized Trump's idea as "courageous leadership to fix our immigration crisis."
The pair's comments came after an Axios report yesterday showed Trump is working on an executive order to target the granting of American citizenship to children born in the nation to parents who aren't citizens. That issue is addressed in ...

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