Immigration from Latin America - The Debate Dividing the US. A Report by Max Hofmann.
In his first year in office, US President Donald Trump has not made many friends in Africa. People across the continent are furious about his latest remarks against immigrants. But not everyone is negative about him.
Both US parties have traded blame over the crisis that is directly affecting hundreds of thousands of Americans. A vote on a proposed budget deal has been pushed back as Congress remains at an impasse.
Parliamentarians are grappling with a new law to reunite families with migrants who have fled dire circumstances, but who don't have refugee status. Both the left and the right have concerns about its implementation.
The US Congress reaching a bipartisan deal shielding hundreds of thousands of so-called Dreamers from deportation and averting a looming government shutdown promised to be tough, but doable. Then two things happened.
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