Bill Blum

USC / UCLA / Truthdig

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Bill Blum is a lecturer at USC and UCLA as well as a contributor to Truthdig. He is also  a former judge and death penalty defense attorney

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The attorney and author talks about how the Clinton administration played a role in Trump's current immigration policies.

Bill Blum: Bill Clinton laid the groundwork for Trump

The attorney and author talks about how the Clinton administration played a role in Trump's current immigration policies.

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