Trump's critics say deportation will not stop gang violence

US President Donald Trump visited one of the towns hit hardest by violence in New York.

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    US President Donald Trump visited one of the towns hit hardest by violence in New York.

    Trump has supported deportations as a way of stemming violence, but his critics say that will not solve the problem.

    Al Jazeera's Kristen Saloomey reports from Long Island, New York.


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