Univision's GOP Debate Focuses on Immigration GOP presidential candidates held the party's first-ever debate broadcast in Spanish Sunday, in a meeting organized by the Univision cable channel. Held in Miami, the candidates spent much of the debate talking about illegal immigration. Tom Tancredo, who takes a tough stance against illegal immigration, declined to participate.
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Univision's GOP Debate Focuses on Immigration

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Univision's GOP Debate Focuses on Immigration

Univision's GOP Debate Focuses on Immigration

Univision's GOP Debate Focuses on Immigration

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GOP presidential candidates held the party's first-ever debate broadcast in Spanish Sunday, in a meeting organized by the Univision cable channel. Held in Miami, the candidates spent nearly half of the debate talking about illegal immigration and what to do about it.

Tom Tancredo, who takes a tough stance against illegal immigration, declined to participate, saying he disagreed with translating the debate into Spanish.