(Des Moines, IA) Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, a candidate for the Republican nomination for President, spoke at the Des Moines Register’s Soapbox at the Iowa State Fair.  Jindal, unlike Christie, didn’t have any protestors come up on stage, but he also dealt with the same protestors who yelled out “citizenship now.”  Jindal responded “If you follow the law.”

Watch his remarks below:

Jindal after speaking at the Soapbox also stopped by the Iowa GOP booth in the Varied Industries Building and worked in the Iowa Pork Producers Tent.

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