After Senate Immigration Bill Defeat, How Will the White House Respond?

Under pressure from Donald Trump, Senate Republicans blocked a bipartisan immigration bill that included for the first time the automatic closure of the border with Mexico and severe changes to asylum policies. Democratic lawmakers and activists expressed relief that the plan did not become law, but despite the election year, they are demanding that the White House develop a comprehensive strategy to address the crisis in a humane manner. With details from Washington, D.C., José López Zamorano.

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