Yesterday a bipartisan group of senators announced their principles for comprehensive immigration reform, which are very much in line with the principles I've proposed and campaigned on for the last few years. The so-called Gang of 8 has wrapped up months of negotiations and will present a bill that includes a pathway to citizenship for many of the 11 million immigrants. The man at the center bringing together, Republican senator from Florida, Marco Rubio. Let's bring these people out of the shadows. They'll undergo a background check. He was the co-author of the bill, it was the Rubio bill, the Rubio-Schumer bill. His fingerprints are all over that bill. Did he resist the pathway to citizenship for the 11 million? No he understood it, he molded it, he made it. Three years ago in a debate you were clear on this, you said an earned pathway was amnesty. Yet you've changed your mind here, why? Do you support a path to citizenship for immigrants who are in the United States but are here illegally? I do but first we have to do two things. Why isn't that amnesty? Because in fact you are giving legal status to people who have broken the law. Actually I changed my mind. I'm kidding. So that's what comprehensive immigration reform looks like. Smarter enforcement. A pathway to earned citizenship. Ah, it's been fun.