WASHINGTON — South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, drawing on her personal biography as the daughter of Indian immigrants, urged Americans to resist the "angriest voices" of the political season in her speech Tuesday night following President Obama's State of the Union address.
"I am the proud daughter of Indian immigrants who reminded my brothers, my sister and me every day how blessed we were to live in this country," Haley said. "Immigrants have been coming to our shores for generations to live the dream that is America."
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