GOP presidential hopeful Marco Rubio on Monday said a controversial immigration reform bill he helped negotiate in 2013 was never meant to pass the Congress.
The Supreme Court asked four questions about Obama’s immigration initiative. The last one is key. President Obama's executive order would allow more than 4 million undocumented immigrants to stay in the U.S. for three years, but the Supreme Court could strike it down. (Peter Stevenson/The Washington Post)
The conventional wisdom on Donald Trump is that he's tapped into a nerve. He's saying what others won't about immigration, but so many utterly feel.
Why else have Trump's comments about people crossing the U.S.-Mexico border boosted the New York real estate magnate's standing with so many voters? In truth, that remains a bit of a mystery, one The Fix explored this week here and here. New theories will undoubtedly emerge today, as Trump visits the border region.