"I was a refugee twice, once before the Nazis, and we were in England, and then we came to the United States when the Communists took over Czechoslovakia, and I think it's one of the un-American things I do ever heard, "said Albright on Wednesday night in" Anderson Cooper 360 "opposite Anderson Cooper of CNN.
Albright, known for wearing brooches or decorative pencils to convey her foreign affairs messages, wore a statue of Liberty putting on her jacket while talking to Cooper.
"I think the Statue of Liberty is crying," she said.
The former Foreign Minister said she would "always remember" seeing the Statue of Liberty as she was driving to the United States with it.
Albright said there have been several periods in American history where immigration policies have been "generous" and the US has benefited from the diversity that has resulted from immigration. She said, "We forget the great history of our country."
Rachel Martin of the NPR asked Cuccinelli in an interview published on Tuesday "Morning Edition": "Would you agree that Emma Lazarus's words are engraved on the Statue of Liberty?" Give me your fatigue, give me your poor, "are they also part of the American ethos?"
"They are certain:" Give me your tired and poor, who can stand on their own legs and not be publicly accused, "he replied Plaque was set almost simultaneously with the issuance of the first public indictment of the Statue of Liberty ̵