New Developments on Border Crisis

George Stephanopoulos discusses his in-depth interview with President Obama on "This Week."
1:33 | 06/29/14

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Great to see you. You sat down with the president. You talked about terror in the middle east. The president conceded it's a growing threat. This group in Syria and Iraq is gaining strength. The militants have become battle hardened. We know that they want to attack the United States. They've developed new kinds of explosives. You're looking at new developments on the border crisis as well. Breaking news from the white house. A surge of children from central perk across our border. The white house is going to ask congress for $2 billion in emergency funding to deal with this. And increased powers to allow them to deport these children more quickly back to their home countries. This is going the cause problems for the president. He's getting pressed by immigration reform advocates to slow the deportation process of those immigrants already here. He's caught in a bit of a vise here. It is rare to see the president step out. I asked him directly. He said don't send your children here. It's not a safe journey. If they make it, they'll be sent back. It was a clear message from the president fold on by this new request for funding today. A big topic coming up. Thank you, George. Be sure to join George later on ABC's "This week."

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