Setting the Washington Post Straight on Executive Action

Recently, the Washington Post’s Glenn Kessler wrote a piece for the paper’s “Fact Checker” blog suggesting President Obama’s claim that his executive action on immigration is comparable to the action President George H.W. Bush took is dubious. Mr. Kessler awarded three “Pinocchios” to the claim. In response, our own Charles Kamasaki, an expert who has been on the front lines of immigration reform for 30 years, demonstrates that the two actions were indeed comparable in scale.

Read Kessler’s blog and then be enlightened with Kamasaki’s response below.

(Use the “Download” option below to print Kamasaki’s letter.)

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