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The Atlantic Daily: When Vietnam War Refugees Are Vulnerable to Deportation

The White House’s hard line on certain protected immigrants. Plus three years for Michael Cohen, a potential do-over vote in North Carolina, and more
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The Trump administration’s new position on a protected group of Returning to a policy it retreated from back in August, the White House is reinterpreting a 2008 agreement that had prevented the deportation of Vietnamese people who arrived in the U.S. before 1995, when Washington and Hanoi officially reestablished diplomatic relations after the

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