Jun 21, 2018

Central America Newspapers Promote Obama Policies on Illegals | Newsmax.com

Newspapers in El Salvador and Honduras are promoting policies by the Obama administration that defer deportation to minors brought to the United States as children by their parents — known as "Dreamers" — and those that are housing illegal children at military bases in the South and West.

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