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What happens to US immigration policy under President Trump?




Students wearing t-shirts during a demonstration by immigrant student for an end to deportations and urge relief by governmental agencies for those in deportation proceedings.
Students wearing t-shirts during a demonstration by immigrant student for an end to deportations and urge relief by governmental agencies for those in deportation proceedings.
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President-elect Donald Trump's often harsh rhetoric on immigrants and refugees while on the campaign trail has advocates concerned about the days ahead.

During his race for the White House, the billionaire businessman talked about deporting unauthorized immigrants, building a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border, refusing refugees from certain countries and banning Muslims from coming into the U.S. 

For more on what Donald Trump presidency could mean for U.S. immigration policy, KPCC's immigration reporter  Leslie Berestein Rojas spoke with Take Two's A Martinez. 

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