REPORT: Lou Dobbs warns Trump could lose base to Warren if he doesn’t do this

AUGUST 13, 2019

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Fox Business host Lou Dobbs warned President Trump is at risk of alienating his base if he does not fulfill his campaign promise of building a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, setting up defectors to rally behind Sen. Elizabeth Warren.

As a panel discussion Monday evening turned to the Trump administration paving the way for stricter standards for immigrants seeking green cards and White House counselor Kellyanne Conway saying Republicans can reach a deal on gun control legislation, Dobbs argued the president’s reelection chances are in doubt if he does not stay true to his hard-line approach to illegal immigration.

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“His base is expecting a wall. They’re expecting illegal immigration to be stopped. Instead, immigration year over year is rising significantly,” Dobbs said on Lou Dobbs Tonight, adding, “This is not going well.”

“You know who is coming straight at the president? Focusing on the forgotten man and the forgotten woman — and that is Pocahontas herself, Elizabeth Warren. Senator Warren is going straight at the working man and woman in this country and talking about taxing the rich and raising hell. And it seems to be resonating in these early days,” he said.

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