On Trump’s sanctuary cities executive order

New U.S. citizen Juan Rosales, 24, who emigrated from Guatemala when he was 8, holds up a protest sign reading "If Guatemala peacefully threw out their president why can't WE?" after a naturalization ceremony for thousands of new U.S. citizens from various countries, in Los Angeles

Alan Berube, senior fellow and deputy director at the Metropolitan Policy Program, breaks down why the federal court ruling temporarily blocked Trump’s executive order on sanctuary cities.

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