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I should have known it was too good to be true when Trump said he's against expanding the abusive H1-B visa program that displaces so many American tech workers.
Because during last night's, er, "debate," he backtracked, flip-flopped, and obfuscated:
Republican front-runner Donald Trump said Thursday he is softening his stance on visas for highly-skilled workers.
"I'm changing. We need highly-skilled people in this country," Trump said during the Fox News Republican debate in Detroit. "If we can't do it, we will get them in."
Trump's stance toward awarding H1-B visas is different from the one he takes on his campaign website, which argues that more visas for highly-skilled foreigners would "decimate American workers."
"So you are abandoning the position on your website?" Fox News debate moderator Megyn Kelly asked.
"I'm changing it and I'm softening the position because we have to have talented people in this country," Trump said.
I wish we had "talented people" running for president in this country.
Because if you watched last night's mudfest, these bozos are an embarrassment.
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