News 12 at 6 o'clock, August 14, 2007
Aiken, SC--A standing room only crowd this morning as Rudy Giuliani's presidential campaign made a stop in Aiken.
Giuliani unveiled his stance on illegal immigration and securing the nations border.
It's one of his 12 commitments to the American people.
He promised to end illegal immigration and said he is the only person who is running for president which has made progress on the issue... by reducing the crime in New York City.
Giuliani says its a simple task to complete.
"What we have to do is end illegal immigration so we can expand legal immigration. We want people to come here legally. We don't want people to come here illegally. It's as simple as that."
Giuliani says he can do that without being excessive, cruel or in anyway unfaithful to the united states commitment to legal immigration.
After his talk today, Giuliani spoke in Columbia.
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