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Trish Regan: Why are Democrats objecting to making English our official language?
Trish Regan: There should be no question on English being US official language
FOX Business’ Trish Regan discusses 2020 Democrat presidential candidates debating English being the U.S. official language.
The top Democratic candidates don’t want English to be the official language of the United States because it will make immigrants feel bad.
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The left is attempting to hold up Pete Buttigieg — a socialist who thinks we should open our borders and offer free healthcare and free education to all — as a moderate. This 38-year-old former South Bend, Indiana, mayor with a lousy track record attacks anyone who thinks English should be the official language of the United States for fear it might make immigrants feel bad.
We live in the United States. British settlers founded the first colony in North America. And English is our language.
But, Buttigieg thinks otherwise and he went after presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar at the debate, saying, "You voted to make English the national language. Do you know the message that sends in as multilingual a state as Nevada to immigrants?"
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