At least young illegal Amadou speaks English, not that it would matter in the Clinton household anyway, since Hillary just voted against making English America’s official "national language."
Most Democrats, including Sen. Clinton, opposed the amendment because they claim it is unnecessary, discriminatory and racist. These libs argued that Federal law and an executive order signed by Hillary’s husband guarantees translations under a broad range of governmental services. "Let’s hope it’s going away," said Hill, who the promptly Sen. Hillary Clinton (D.-N.Y.) before winding up on the losing side of a 64 to 34 vote. When the Democrats offered a toothless competing amendment declaring that "English is the unifying and common language" of the United States, Hillary joined those who voted for its passage, 58-39.