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US Deports 2 Million Illegal Immigrants During Obama's Tenurei
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Kent Klein
April 24, 2014 12:40 AM
The United States has deported about 2 million illegal immigrants in the five years since President Barack Obama took office. As VOA's Kent Klein reports, some Americans say the administration is too aggressive in enforcing immigration law, while others say it's not aggressive enough.

US Deports 2 Million Illegal Immigrants During Obama's Tenure

Kent Klein

Published April 23, 2014

The United States has deported about 2 million illegal immigrants in the five years since President Barack Obama took office. As VOA's Kent Klein reports, some Americans say the administration is too aggressive in enforcing immigration law, while others say it's not aggressive enough.


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