President Biden's Immigration Policy
In words and in policy, former President Trump painted immigrants, especially those from majority non-white countries, as a burden and a threat.
With the stroke of a pen, President Joe Biden on his first day in office began to dismantle Trump’s nativist immigration policies.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher we look at the limits on Biden’s executive authority to reverse his predecessor’s policies, the long and short-term impacts of the Trump strategy and what those opposed to loosening the reins believe will happen.
- Nicole Narea, immigration reporter, Vox
- Angela Plummer, executive director, Community Refugee & Immigration Services (CRIS Ohio)
- Edith Espinal, undocumented immigrant born in Mexico but has lived in Columbus since 1995, took sanctuary at Columbus Mennonite Church in 2017
- Mike Howell, senior advisor, The Heritage Foundation's Executive Branch Relations
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