Jeb Bush sought to draw contrasts between himself and fellow Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, whom at first he avoided addressing by name, on the divisive issue of immigration after he visited the U.S.-Mexico border on Monday.
The former Florida governor said calls to build a big fence along the border are unrealistic and would not solve the problem of illegal immigration.
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