Sean Hannity is now, surprisingly, echoing President Obama's stance on illegal immigration
Sean Hannity, the conservative Fox News host, suddenly changed his mind on illegal immigration after Tuesday night's losses for Republicans in the general election.
"We've got to get rid of the immigration issue altogether," he said on his radio show. "It's simple for me to fix it. I think you control the border first, you create a pathway for those that are here, you don't say you got a home. And that is a position that I've evolved on."
Latinos voted for President Barack Obama in a landslide, turning out in greater numbers than in 2008 to vote for the Democrat. Obama won more of the Latino vote than any president since Bill Clinton in 1996.
"The majority of people here — if some people have criminal records you can send them home — but if people are here, law-abiding, participating, four years, their kids are born here … first secure the border, pathway to citizen ship … then it's done," Hannity said. "But you can't let the problem continue. It's got to stop."
Listen to Hannity below.