Panel: Trump vs. Biden on Immigration

By CIS on October 16, 2020

The Center for Immigration Studies hosted a panel analyzing the presidential candidates' positions on immigration and how immigration policy may be impacted by the November 3 election. Immigration has not been widely discussed by either presidential campaign, but the issue has a major impact on many issues Americans care strongly about, including jobs, wages, healthcare, the economy, law enforcement, and education.

Mickey Kaus, a political commentator and author of Kausfiles, one of the first political blogs, joined the Center's executive director, Mark Krikorian, and the Center's resident fellow in law and policy, Andrew Arthur, in this discussion covering immigration enforcement, border control, amnesty, legal immigration, and worksite enforcement.

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  • Mickey Kaus, Kausfiles
  • Mark Krikorian, Executive Director, Center for Immigration Studies
  • Andrew Arthur, Resident Fellow in Law and Policy, Center for Immigration Studies


Monday, October 19 at 1:00 p.m. EDT

Further Reading: 

Joe Biden's Immigration Plan: The former vice president should know better

Trump’s Immigration Record

Immigration Affects the Issues Most Important to Voters

Biden vs. Trump: The Wall

Donald Trump vs. Joe Biden on Border Control

Trump vs. Biden: Worksite Enforcement



Topics: Politics