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Thursday October 19th, 2017 6:56AM

LISTEN: Unhyphenated Immigration

By Bill and Joel

Christopher Harris, executive director of Unhyphenated America, discusses the reaction to recent comments made by HUD Secretary Ben Carson regarding slaves and immigration. He points out during this interview with WDUN's Bill and Joel that Carson's comments were very similar to those made by former President Obama in 2012 and those didn't garner any of the push back that Carson's have.

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