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Kelly on border wall, immigration and North Korea

By Reuters
24 April 2017   |   5:00 am
U.S. Homeland Security Security John Kelly says "the border wall is essential", ICE can't "turn a blind eye to the lawbreakers" and the instant North Korea gets a missile that can reach the United States "we are at grave risk."

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