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A bipartisan group of senators announced on Thursday they have agreed on an immigration deal that would protect so-called “dreamers” and beef up border security. But President Trump is not yet on board, according to spokesmen who say the proposal needs work. Meanwhile, the president reportedly used vulgar language in describing immigrants from some countries. Lisa Desjardins joins Judy Woodruff.
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