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John Boehner declines to comment on immigration law and citizenship

Posted on August 5th, 2013 No Comments

House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner (Republican of Ohio) declined to discuss whether he thinks the proposed legislation on national comprehensive immigration law should pave the way for undocumented immigrants to gain citizenship, saying debates on the House floor are “not about me and about allowing the House to work its will.”

Boehner said that as the House leader, he should remain unbiased so as to conduct a smooth-flowing process towards gaining consensus in the House, and that his role in the proceedings is as facilitator only. When asked about what it feels like to manage one of the least publicly-approved Congresses of all time, Boehner said the legislators shouldn’t be judged based on the laws they managed to enact but based on the laws they managed to repeal.

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