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Trump Blasts DACA Recipients

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2. President Trump falsely claimed some DACA recipients are "hardened criminals" as the Supreme Court decides if his decision to end the program is legal. In order to be a DACA recipient, the law requires a person cannot have a criminal record. On Tuesday, SCOTUS heard arguments over the Trump administration's attempts to dismantle the act, which was put in place under President Obama to provide certain legal protections for immigrants who migrated to the U.S. as children. Nearly 700,000 DACA recipients will be affected by the court's ruling, which is expected next spring. -- THE HILL

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