From the Washington Post back in March:
Clinton’s stance on immigration is a major break from ObamaCubans get to stay in the U.S. if they get one dry foot on U.S. territory, so it would be discriminatory to not apply the Zeroth Amendment to all 7 billion others.
By David Nakamura March 10
Hillary Clinton’s pledge not to deport any illegal immigrants except violent criminals and terrorists represents a major break from President Obama, and it could vastly increase the number of people who would be allowed to stay in the country. …
Conservative critics of Obama’s policies suggested that Clinton has opened the door to far greater leniency and lax enforcement.
“This really is a breathtaking step toward open borders,” said Mark Krikorian, executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies, which supports lower immigration levels. “If you take that step, it needs to be put in front of the public: Do you think immigration laws are irrelevant unless the illegal immigrant has committed a violent offense or drug crime?”