Jeb Bush sang a different tune towards immigration than his Republican colleagues. "Yes, they broke the law, but it's not a felony. It's an act of love; it's an act of commitment to your family," Bush told Fox News host Shannon Bream at town hall event at the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library Center.
The Republican Party base has recently shown no love for candidates who talk about the need for compassion in dealing with undocumented immigrants. But Bush has warned Republicans that they must be more inclusive and more willing to compromise with Democrats to get things done.
Could Bush's more inclusive attitudes work for getting the bid in 2016, or is he alienating himself from his base?
We want you to weigh in: Do you think Jeb Bush can beat Hillary Clinton in 2016?
Tonight on Crossfire, should politicians be wary of reaching across the aisle, or is it the only way to get things done in Washington?
At 6:30pm ET Faith and Freedom Coalition Chairman Ralph Reed and Democratic Strategist Maria Cardona join Van Jones and S.E. Cupp for a debate.
They’ll also debate other hot political topics including immigration, Chris Christie, the Keystone Pipeline and the Coca-Cola Super Bowl ad featuring “America the Beautiful” sung in different languages, which ignited an online debate.
We want you to weigh in on tonight’s Fireback question: Do you find the Coca-Cola Super Bowl ad offensive?
Tonight on Crossfire, the President has made immigration reform one of his top priorities and it seems Republican House Speaker John Boehner might agree with him. But will conservatives let their leaders make a deal? Should they?
At 6:30pmET we have Amy Kremer of the Tea Party Express and Neera Tanden, the President of Center for American Progress joining guest host Donna Brazile and Newt Gingrich.
We want you to weigh in on tonight’s Fireback question: Do you think Congress will pass immigration reform this year?
GOP moving on immigration?
Host Stephanie Cutter asks Sean Spicer, Communications Director of the Republican National Committee, how far the is GOP willing to move on immigration reform.