President Trump at Joint Session on Crime, Immigration, Terrorism

President Donald Trump tells a Joint Session of Congress that he has created a task force to reduce violent crime, and his efforts to fight illegal importation of drugs into the country. Trump also addresses immigration enforcement, saying that the rule of law must be restored to the country's borders. Trump says that his administration is taking an aggressive stance against Radical Islamic Terrorism and that it is reckless to allow entry from places where proper vetting cannot be done.

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Credit: FedNet
Clip #: 646787438HD
Collection: FedNet
Date created: 28 February, 2017
Licence type: Rights-ready
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Clip length: 00:04:37:17
Location: Washington, DC, United States
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Source: FedNet
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