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Trump says U.S. may extend protected status for Bahamas immigrants after Dorian

Reuters Monday, 9 September 2019 ()
Trump says U.S. may extend protected status for Bahamas immigrants after DorianU.S. President Donald Trump said on Monday his administration is talking to a lot of people about possibly extending temporary protected status, granted to people who cannot safely return to their countries, to immigrants from the hurricane-hit Bahamas.
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President Donald Trump said there are some “very bad people” coming to the United States from the Bahamas.

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