Migrant families in limbo after Sessions curbs asylum protections
There are new rules for families seeking asylum in the U.S. under the Trump administration's "zero tolerance policy”. It comes as House Republicans have reached a deal to vote on two immigration measures next week. NBC’s Gadi Schwartz and Victoria DeFrancesco, immigration and political science expert at the University of Texas, join Craig Melvin to talk about what is at stake for these migrant families.
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