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Half of the immigrants deported under Trump had minimal to no criminal convictions, Washington Post says

In February, federal immigration agents arrested more than 680 people believed to be in the country illegally. A statement by the Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said, "approximately 75 percent" of those arrested were "convicted of crimes." But according to new data obtained by the Washington Post, that might not be the case. Paula Reid reports.
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