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Limbaugh: Kerry’s ‘Borderless World’ Comment Strengthens Trump’s Appeal [AUDIO]

Steve Guest Media Reporter
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Rush Limbaugh says that Secretary of State John Kerry’s “borderless world” comment didn’t drive a wedge between Donald Trump and his supporters, “it just cements his support even greater.”

Monday on “The Rush Limbaugh Show,” Limbaugh commented on last Friday’s commencement address Kerry delivered to Northeastern University, where the secretary of state claimed we’re living in a “borderless world.” (RELATED: John Kerry Advises Fancypants College Grads To Expect ‘BORDERLESS WORLD,’ Hammers Trump)

Limbaugh said, “[E]very time the drive-by’s do a story that’s designed to drive a wedge between Trump and his supporters, something comes along to undermine them. And this one is the haughty John Kerry… secretary of state who actually said… that we are all aiming for a ‘borderless world,’ a world without borders.”

“And this will not come to a shock to anybody, this is exactly what everybody is afraid the globalists want,” Limbaugh said. “This is exactly what people think is all tied up in these never-ending trade deals and the never-ending illegal immigration, the numbers of which just continue to expand.”

Scoffing at Kerry’s claim, Limbaugh said, “A world without borders, John Kerry is out there saying so and so, when that happens, all Trump’s got to do is point to what powerful Democrats and powerful members of the establishment, powerful members of the ruling class are saying and it just cements his support even greater.”

[dcquiz] Later in the program, after reading Kerry claim, “The future demands from us something more than a nostalgia for some rose-tinted version of the past that did not really exist in any case. You’re about to graduate into a complex and borderless world, “Limbaugh said, “So I guess we imagined we had borders back in the rose-tinted days.”

“I guess we imagined a simpler and more functional and happier place that had borders,” Limbaugh argued. “I guess that wasn’t true. It wasn’t true then and it’s not true now, and it’s gonna be even less true in the future. But I’ll tell you Kerry needs to tell that to his European buddies who are busy putting their borders back up as fast as they can, as fast as the EU will let them.”

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