MEXICO CITY - Former U.S. President Bill Clinton endorsed immigration reform Tuesday, suggesting that migrants could help save Social Security. He also said Sen. Hillary Clinton has yet to decide whether to make a run for the Oval Office.
Speaking to a business leadership conference in Mexico's capital, Clinton said, "I know for a fact she hasn't decided yet," when asked by an audience member if he would like to see his wife run for president. He added that she would run for re-election to the Senate first.
Clinton said he supported immigration reform, noting "you could solve half the Social Security financial shortfall" by allowing about 250,000 migrants per year into the country. He also noted that many already pay into the system.