D.C. appeals court rules migrant families can continue to be deported

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CNBC’s Shep Smith reports a D.C. appeals court has kept Title 42 in place, which means the U.S. can continue sending families who come into the country illegally back to their countries. And now Mexico is sending Haitian refugees back. NBC’s Jacob Soboroff reports.

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