Laura Ingraham hosted Mick Mulvaney of South Carolina.
Mulvaney said the national issues may have given Dave Brat's candidacy more resonance, but that Cantor wasn't minding his district. Ingraham disagreed, saying it was illegal immigration based on her being on the ground in Virginia, saying it was insulting that Cantor was best known for the DREAM and Enlist Acts. Ingraham compared him to Senator Lindsey Graham didn't run on immigration reform, but other issues and outspent his six contenders. Ingraham noted South Carolina is more of an agrarian state that foreign workers, but that only 5% of the immigrants in these jobs. Mulvaney said that we need to change the benefits situation, saying that an agrarian job must be offered to a citizenbeore it can be offered to an immigrant and that citizens aren't taking the agrarian jobs. Ingraham pointed to people who are STEM workers in the US who can't get jobs in the field.
Mulvaney said we need to figure out an immigration system that works regardless of who the president is and Ingraham scoffed at the notion as none of the presidents since Reagan have enforced the border. Mulvaney suggested that the states control their borders.