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Immigration Crisis / The Politics / Obama and Perry / A Discussion #1068334

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jul 10, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Texas Governor Rick Perry's conspiracy theory about President Obama being behind the wave of children immigrating to the US noted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Governor Perry's viewpoint examined. [PERRY - suggests the administration is in on moving people from Central America to the US.] [This morning on CNN, with Kate Bolduan, PERRY - asks why we have not had more action out of the administration; suggests the administration is not acting.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) President Obama's viewpoint about immigration and photo ops presented; scenes shown of his recent photo ops. [OBAMA - explains why he is not going to the border for a photo op.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Representative Henry Cuellar and "Documented" filmmaker Jose Antonio Vargas† about the president and immigration crisis/issues. [CUELLAR - talks about the work being done on the border, his conversation with the White House, how Obama should come down and visit the border; defends the Human Trafficking bill.] [VARGAS - asks why Perry wants to send the National Guard to the border while Obama has been deporting illegals.]

Cooper, Anderson

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