Some officials at the Department of Homeland Security say they expect President Trump to have a lasting impact on U.S. immigration policy, even if he loses the 2020 election. Officials tell CBS News that even if Democratic nominee Joe Biden wins in
Published: 2020-09-28 08:44 pm
2020 election to dictate U.S. immigration policy for decades to come

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