Former President George W. Bush, a Republican, called for bipartisan immigration reform.
Bush’s stance is a strong contrast to the position embraced by Donald Trump and many current Republic Party officials.
Rather than demonizing immigrants, Bush emphasized the need to restore "the people's confidence in an immigration system that serves both our values and our interests."
"How is it that in a country more generous to new arrivals than any other," he asked, "immigration policy is the source of so much rancor and ill will?"
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