Arizona woman is deported under Trump's new removal rules

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Guadalupe García de Rayos is locked in a van that is stopped in the street
by protesters outside the ICE office in Phoenix on Feburary 8, 2017.
Photo by Rob Schumacher/Arizona Republic

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Garcia's 16-year-old son (C) is among the protestors

Protests broke out last night in Phoenix, Arizona, where immigration officials arrested Guadalupe García de Rayos.  She had showed up to check in at the immigration office as she's done regularly for eight years — since she was picked up in a work-place raid for using a fake Social Security Card.  Until yesterday, it was just a formality; she's been allowed to leave.  This time was different, and today, she was deported. Daniel González, who covers immigration, Latino issues and minority communities for the Arizona Republic, has been following the story.

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Guest:
Daniel González - Arizona Republic - @azdangonzalez

Host:
Warren Olney

Producers:
Sáša Woodruff, Luke Vander Ploeg, Katie Cooper