Mike Braun: We Need ‘Absolute Border Security’

‘Until we get absolute border security, you build a wall and then you tend to all these issues’

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BRAUN: "I think on this case, that’s so fresh in terms of the topic, what it is, though, is an accumulation of frustrations among Hoosiers and Americans of a lack of border security. Until we get absolute border security, you build a wall and then you attend to all these issues, including that. And whether that's done constitutionally, legislatively. I think Lindsey Graham is going to introduce a bill."

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