Immigration Discussions Go From Volatile to Chaotic

Craig Regelbrugge January 16 2018

Amidst a series of bipartisan White House-convened meetings to pursue a deal on border security and a solution for the roughly 800,000 young people brought to the U.S. as minors and protected from deportation under President Obama’s so-called DACA program came a disparaging comment from President Trump. He questioned aloud why America would want immigrants from some less-fortunate nations, including those in Africa as well as Haiti and El Salvador. The backlash to the words and apparent underlying sentiment was broad and fierce, and the DACA dialogue has come to a screeching halt, at ...

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