Biden on DACA: They’ve Done Well, They Should Be Able to Stay in America

‘I’m not letting this go’

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BIDEN: “What could a kid say?! What could they do?! They come here with really no choice, and they're here, and they're good, good people. They've done well. 
(Applause)
10,000 of them are first-line workers. These are kids who have done well. And so what we're going to do is, first of all, appeal the case, number one. But, number two, we're going to make sure that — a number of my Republican colleagues say they support the right of DREAMers to come. Let's call the question. They should be able to stay in the United States of America when a child comes like that."

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