As immigration increases, violent crime falls or stays the same

Since his campaign, President Trump has alleged that immigrants are responsible for increasing crimes in the U.S. A recent report by The Marshall Project analyzed a study of immigration and crime in 200 cities dating to the 1980s, which found that violent crime rates have mainly fallen or stayed the same in areas where immigration has risen. Marshall Project reporter Anna Flagg joins Hari Sreenivasan.


(Source: PBS NewsHour, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7RXs_1b-yJs)