This program is about 1 hour long
(Washington: Tom Foreman) The Eisenhower deportation program examined; details given about the 1954 operation Wetback to roundup undocumented workers in Ike's administration. [Historian Douglas BRIKNLEY - calls it inhumane to Mexicans.] [In debate, John KASICH - calls it a silly argument.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Trump co-chair Sam Clovis & CNN's Ana Navarro & Maria Cardona about the Trump immigration plan. [CLOVIS - reviews the Eisenhower program & later plans & acts for immigration; defends the Trump plan to "re-establish the rule of law."] [CARDONA - calls it a stupid idea; wants Congressional action.] [NAVARRO - says Trump's supporters are energized by this, but is a split within the party over the issue.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: John King) How Clinton would fare against the leading Republican presidential candidates discussed; multiple poll statistics cited.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Paul Begala, Amanda Carpenter & Jeffrey Lord about the Clinton-Republican matchups. [BEGALA, CARPENTER, LORD - offer views on the poll numbers & what they mean for the general election.]
(Waukee, Iowa: Randi Kaye) Melania Trump, wife of presidential candidate Donald Trump, who is a naturalized citizen from Slovenia, profiled; various scenes of Melania shown. [M. TRUMP - speaks about the debate.] Melania's interests & causes discussed.
(New York: Deborah Feyerick) The 2013 police case in South Boston, Virginia, in which police repeatedly Tasered handcuffed Linwood Lambert%, who later died, reviewed; videos shown; details given about Taser use guidelines & the family lawsuit against police excessive use of force.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's SUnny Hostin & retired NYPD police detective Harry Houck about the Lambert case. [HOUCK, HOSTIN - explain how the police should have reacted to a man with a psychological problem: not multiple Tasering.]