Ingraham: Trump Should Wear Criticism From George W. Bush as 'Badge of Honor'
Former President George W. Bush criticized President Donald Trump's immigration policies during an appearance in Abu Dhabi on Thursday.
Bush said the U.S. should “welcome” immigrants and thank them for doing the "jobs that Americans won't do."
"Americans don’t want to pick cotton at 105 degrees, but there are people who want to put food on their family’s tables and are willing to do that,” he said. "We ought to say thank you and welcome them.”
As for Trump's position on amnesty for DREAMers, Bush said, “America’s their home.”
On "The Ingraham Angle," Laura Ingraham said Trump should wear this criticism from Bush as a "badge of honor."
She said Bush -- like his brother Jeb -- was never comfortable with the conservatism of Ronald Reagan, Pat Buchanan or Newt Gingrich, let alone that of Trump.
She said globalist elites like Bush don't like seeing Trump succeed, so they come out of the woodwork with criticism.
Ingraham said Bush should understand -- especially after the American people spoke in the 2016 election -- there is no constituency for perpetual military intervention, open borders and unpoliced international trade deals.
"The president should wear the tired Bush critiques as a badge of honor," Ingraham said. "Trump is doing what previous administrations were unwilling or unable to do."
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