Giuliani is touting his immigration plan in a new ad.
MANCHESTER, New Hampshire (CNN) - Rudy Giuliani debuted a new ad Thursday designed to assure primary voters in the Granite State that he will be tough on illegal immigration.
In the 30-second spot, which comes less than a month before New Hampshire voters head to the polls, Giuliani says that it is possible to "end illegal immigration." He lays out his immigration plan, which involves completing a fence along the U.S.-Mexico border, providing new training for the border patrol, and creating a tamper-proof national I.D. card.
Once immigrants attain citizenship, adds Giuliani, they will have to "read English, write English, speak English and understand American civics."
Giuliani's ad launch comes a few days after a CNN/WMUR poll that puts him tied for second place with Arizona Sen. John McCain in New Hampshire, behind frontrunner Mitt Romney.
–CNN New Hampshire Producer Sareena Dalla
For the first time I might agree with Rudy, If illegals are forced to learn the civic system and the political landscape of America, they will certainly discover the corruption,laziness,incompetence,nepotism,swindling. This will certainly want them to go back to their country for good. Good idea Rudy!