David FitzGerald, professor of Sociology at UCSD and Co-Director of the Center for Comparative Immigration Studies, was invited as a guest at ABC News Australia to speak about the Trump Administration’s bid to curb illegal immigration from Mexico. In the interview, he says:
“What’s interesting is what he didn’t talk about, which is that apprehensions of irregular migrants along the U.S.-Mexico border are actually at historic lows. They’re at the lowest level that we’ve seen since the early 1970s and in many way the idea of building a 21, or even more, billion dollar wall is a solution looking for a problem.”
Click here to watch the full interview on the ABC News Australia website.