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Trump / Immigration Policy / Syrian Refugees #1106498

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 25, 2017
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(Studio 51: Anderson Cooper) The risk for Syrian refugees in the Us if President Trump implements an immigration policy change introduced. "American Uncovered" segment introduced.

(Studio 51 & New Hampshire: Randi Kaye) The story of a Syrian family who just arrived in the US after two years of background checks in refugee camps presented; scenes shown from Rutland, New Hampshire, which has suffered a population loss & will add refugee families to fill open jobs. [Syrian refugee Hazar Zuheir MANSOUR†, Hassam ALHALLAK†- {thru translator} say we want to live in peace with these nice people.] [Mayor Christopher LOURAS†- says this is the humanitarian thing to do & we have jobs to fill; states the community is not at risk.] [Hosting Syrian family, Maureen SCHILLINGER†- defends the families.] [Dr. Tim COOK - opposes refugees in Vermont.] The fear that Trump will expel refugees noted.

Cooper, Anderson;
Kaye, Randi

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