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NBC News 21 Oct 2020

Trump Unlikely To Fulfill Promise To Deport Millions

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immigration is an issue that helped elect President Trump back in 2016. While candidate Trump was very vocal about plans to deport millions of undocumented immigrants, as president he's had a hard time making good on that promise. NBC News' Jacob Soboroff went inside the LA County jail to learn more about what kept President Trump from keeping his word.


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Camera: Spike Johnson, Christian von Preysing

Produced by: Elizabeth Lee

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