Is the US Doing Enough for the Refugees?

Hosted by

The nations of Europe are divided over what to do about tens of thousands of refugees from Syria's civil war. The US is also divided between its historic offer of liberty to the world's "huddled masses" and fears about homeland security.

Also, the Senate rejects GOP efforts to quash the Iran Deal. On today's Talking Point, the Democrats have yet another candidate for president: a Harvard law professor who's running on just one issue. If elected, he says he'll resign from the White House — as soon as the Citizen Equality Act goes into effect. We hear what that is when we talk to Lawrence Lessig.