In a series of morning tweets, President Trump called again for suspension of due process for people who crossed the border illegally. He said that those immigrants should be deported immediately, without going before a judge. We discuss that and more with NPR's Ron Elving. Also, only one house exists in an area formally known as the town of Rosewood, which in 1923 was a thriving African-American community until a dispute led to a massacre of at least eight people, and the town was burned and destroyed. We speak with Edward Gonzalez-Tennant, who's part of an effort to turn the house into a museum and memorial for the African-American community that was chased out of the town. And, as outrage on the left continues over President Trump's immigration policies, some progressive Democrats are calling for more oversight of Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Some are even calling for ICE to be abolished. We take a look at the history of the agency. That and more, in hour two of Here & Now's June 25, 2018 full broadcast.
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