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Obama Cites God To Make The Case For Immigration

CHICAGO, IL - MAY 03: Former President Barack Obama moderates a roundtable discussion at the South Shore Cultural Center about the Obama Presidential Center, which is scheduled to be built in nearby Jackson Park, on May 3, 2017 in Chicago, Illinois. The Presidential Center design envisions three buildings, a museum, library and forum. Obama was accompanied at the event with his wife Michelle who was making her first trip back to Chicago since leaving the White House in January. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)CHICAGO, IL - MAY 03: Former President Barack Obama moderates a roundtable discussion at the South Shore Cultural Center about the Obama Presidential Center, which is scheduled to be built in nearby Jackson Park, on May 3, 2017 in Chicago, Illinois. The Presidential Center design envisions three buildings, a museum, library and forum. Obama was accompanied at the event with his wife Michelle who was making her first trip back to Chicago since leaving the White House in January. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Former President Barack Obama met with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin Thursday, just hours before meeting with President Donald Trump at the NATO summit in Brussels

Obama spoke to a large crowd and cited God to make the case for immigration. 

“In the eyes of God, a child on the other side of the border is no less worthy of love … than my own child,” CNN reported.

Obama cited God and immigration when Merkel sat down for a public discussion in front of a large crowd at a biennial festival for the German protestant church.

“The former president was invited to the Berlin event organized by the German evangelical protestant church a year ago, long before his successor was even elected,” according to CNN.

Obama was known for his relaxed stance on immigration, trying to pass an immigration law through the Supreme Court that was aimed to millions of illegals apply for work authorization in America, according to CNN. That law ended up being blocked by the Supreme Court.

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