Border wall, immigration dominates Trump's first year

While the border wall remains a gleam in the US president's eye, he has taken aggressive action against immigrants legally in the US, seeking to deport those previously protected by DACA and other programmes.

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    Divisive policies were at the heart of Donald Trump's campaign, and they continue to polarise the country - and the world - well into his presidency.

    While Democrats and Republicans have tried to find some compromise over issues like border security and the future of young people brought into the country illegally, a general deadlock remains.

    Al Jazeera's John Holman reports from Tijuana, Mexico.


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