The translation is accurate. The spin here is that this minor quibble over what Rubio is calling "important" has nothing to do with the rest of this: Rubio is saying he won't cancel DACA until he has some other plan in place, because people are already "benefiting" from DACA and you can't take that away from them.
Don't believe people who tell you otherwise. Again, I'll just put up the translation if you make me. I don't mind that much. I'm learning Spanish now anyway.
In November, he was forced, under pressure, to crabwalk back this vow to now saying DACA will end, whether there's an amnesty in place, someday or another.
Today, he crabwalks it back further and says he'll end it on day one.
Not to belabor this, but he simply takes a new tactical position when he needs to. He never deviates willingly from his determination that there will be an amnesty and a pathway to citizenship; indeed, that remains his announced position. There will be an amnesty and a pathway to citizenship, just after we have a security plan in place.
If you think he's so cute and such a remarkable candidate you want to believe or propagate his lies, go ahead and do so; but do so with open eyes: He was pro-amnesty, he is pro-amnesty, he will continue to be pro-amnesty, forever.
Your only hope of blocking amnesty is to have a president who will block it; Congress is on board with the plan.
So agitate for this slithery chameloeon if you like; but do not pretend to yourself or others that that will not result in a guaranteed amnesty in the first year of his presidency.
Read the rest here...