July 10th, 2014
11:32 PM ET

Keeping Them Honest: Fact checking Pres. Obama and Gov. Perry

Last night on AC360, Anderson revisited one of Governor Rick Perry's more controversial comments on immigration:

"You either have an incredibly inept administration or they are in on this somehow, now I hate to be conspiratorial but I mean how do you move that many people from Central America across Mexico and then into the United States without there being a fairly coordinated effort?"

Today, Governor Perry tried to clarity those remarks. Anderson looks into that explanation along with President Obama's reason for not visiting the border during his trip to Texas.

Anderson discussed the politics of the immigration crisis with Texas Democratic Congressman Henry Cuellar and documentary filmmaker Jose Antonio Vargas.

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Filed under: Barack Obama • Immigration • Keeping Them Honest • Rick Perry
soundoff (3 Responses)
  1. jwilliam5

    If we bend laws for the Mexican immigrants were going to have to do for the Palestine's, Israelites, Hamas in Gaza, Sudanese, Lebanese and EVERYBODY else and sure enough they'll bring the fights, rapes, and wars on American soil. The ploy that it is women and children is all theater, those governments should be force to accept their responsibilities. We want to live in Beverley Hills to escape the killing in Detroit who's going give us a free ride

    July 11, 2014 at 8:43 pm |
  2. whatintheworld99

    Unless the President (whoever he/she is) stays in the Oval Office locked in the bathroom, everywhere they go is a photo op. Obama didn't want pictures taken with him at the border. On the other hand, what in the world are they putting in the water in Texas. Rick Perry? What can I say? I just now saw the interview of Anderson and Louie Gohmert. That was HILARIOUS! I laughed so hard when Gohmert said "Anderson, you used to be better than this". The look on Anderson's face was priceless. LOL

    July 11, 2014 at 11:43 am |
  3. pumpkinqueen

    And who doesn't trust Perry?? LOL




    July 11, 2014 at 11:14 am |

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