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I think you are misrepresenting their opposition to Puzder’s use of the H-1B visa program. With the parenthetical in the article it appears that they are opposed to using H-1B visas to bring foreign workers in and then paying the workers less than the law requires in an attempt to undermine wages and cut costs. Puzder is representative of businessmen on the right who are in favor of immigration because it helps them cut costs on wages and they are opposed to someone with that position being in an office that has a great deal of influence on the enforcement of immigration labor laws.

I do not know why the editors of NR decided to not run editorials against some of the other people in the cabinet, but I think to accuse them of jumping on board the Trump Train so to speak is disingenuous.

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