The Economic Impact Of President Donald Trump Ending DACA | AM Joy | MSNBC



MSNBC host Ali Velshi and more join Joy Reid to debate the possible economic repercussions of deporting 800,000 Dreamers – 91 percent of whom are employed, paying both taxes and into Social Security.
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