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Immigration / Border Policy / Coons Interview #1138716

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 26, 2019
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A "Washington Post" report that US asylum officers have asked the courts to block President Trump's border policy because it threatens their lives as well as the class action lawsuit on behalf of children in immigration custody & why migrants are risking their lives to come introduced. Live discussion held with Senator Chris Coons about immigration. [COONS - offers views on Post story about asylum officers asking for changes, how the deaths of oscar Martinez & his daughter are affecting us, the sense of hopelessness in the three Central American countries how we are in An Alice & Wonderland world with arguments against hygiene for migrant children, what Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi is saying about the House & Senate bills.]
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