White House officials said the country cannot have a strong economy without an educated Latino population during a roundtable discussion on Wednesday.
Cecilia Muñoz, the White House Domestic Policy Council Director, threw down the gauntlet at Republicans, saying no immigration reform has ever been achieved without bipartisan legislation.
Longtime immigration reform advocate Cecilia Muñoz will serve as the director of the Domestic Policy Council, the White House announced on Tuesday.
Cecilia Muñoz, President Obama's primary aid and spokesperson on immigration policy, has come under intense criticism from the Latino community because she repeatedly calls the non-violent, non-criminal immigrant majority of people that the Obama Administration deports "criminals" and "collateral damage."
Cecilia Muñoz, one of the highest-ranking Latino officials in the White House and a longtime immigration and civil rights activist, has borne heavy criticism for the Obama administration's policies -- and often rhetoric -- on deportations. In the past two months, prominent progressive bloggers have called for Muñoz to resign from her position at the White House.
"One of the disappointments I was left with after watching Lost in Detention was the way the show seemed to serve as a mic for the excuses given by the Obama administration for the terror it’s policies create."
Cecilia Muñoz, the Director of Intergovernmental Affairs at the White House, has proven to be the Latina spokesmodel for Obama’s immigration policy, prioritizing deportations over any executive action that could be taken and attempting to sell this destructive product to us in English and Spanish.