Tucker Grills Immigration Attorney: Will Five Million Migrants from Central America Make California Richer?
CARLSON: "Before you make policy, you have to agree on what’s true. And who has rights and what are they? And so my question is, every country in Central America and I have been to six out of seven, is less good to live in than the United States. So, all the population of Central America could plausibly claim asylum here. Do we have a right to say no? And how many."