Donald Trump's promise to crack down on immigrants in America, especially the undocumented, is one of the most divisive issues of his administration. Zócalo Public Square's latest lecture, What Does Trump Mean for Immigrant L.A., looks at Trump's war on immigration, from the travel ban to his proposed U.S.-Mexico border wall, and how it affects Los Angeles, where immigrants make up more than a third of the population. Moderated by New York Times correspondent Jennifer Medina, the panel discussion features L.A. Times reporter Cindy Carcamo, L.A. County Sheriff Jim McDonnell, World Trade Center Los Angeles president Stephen Cheung and USC Tomas Rivera Policy Institute director Roberto Suro.
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