US immigration reform: Biden’s alternative to fortress Europe? | To the Point

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Joe Biden wants to make it easier for immigrants to become American citizens. Meanwhile, the EU is doing all it can to keep immigrants out. What is the best way to handle the current and upcoming migration challenges? Our guests: Ana Maria Alvarez (migration expert), Alan Posener (Die Welt), Joseph Hutchinson (US activist)

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