Stephen Legomsky

Washington University School of Law

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Stephen Legomsky is Professor Emeritus at Washington University School of Law in St. Louis, Missouri. From 2011-2013 he served as Chief Counsel at the US Citizenship and Immigration Services.

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Candidate Trump said he'd build that wall on the Mexican border and crackdown on "sanctuary" cities that harbor undocumented immigrants.

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Candidate Trump said he'd build that wall on the Mexican border and crackdown on "sanctuary" cities that harbor undocumented immigrants.

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Donald Trump has famously contradicted himself many times, but he's been relentlessly consistent on two major proposals.

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