Anderson Cooper Answers Questions About The Plight Of Haitian Migrants At The U.S. Border

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Published on September 24, 2021

Stephen asks Anderson Cooper to explain why thousands of people from Haiti have traveled to the Mexico/U.S. border to seek asylum. #Colbert #Haiti #AndersonCooper

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16 comments

  • DarkxnFn 2 years ago

    Lol

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  • DarkxnFn 2 years ago

    First like heheheheh

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  • DarkxnFn 2 years ago

    Man this is crazy

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  • NeverLetOff 2 years ago

    So sad

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  • Aisadal 2 years ago

    It’s surreal seeing two hosts in one place!

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  • penguinista 2 years ago

    If the Republicans keep claiming every election was stolen and undermining democracy, the political situation. in the USA could end up like Haiti.

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  • Seria Mau 2 years ago

    We should let them in.

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  • Linda BG 2 years ago

    it is well documented that THEY were already resettled in the
    latin america, THEY HAVE NO RIGHT TO PUSH IN, bring some of the folks in Haiti now who are suffering. looking for a better deal is NOT a reason for asylum. I am pro DACA and fair immigration but this current BS at del Rio the border is an outrage- because these folks have no credible reason for asylum.

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  • The Elephant 2 years ago

    I “like” the forgiven language he uses to describe what Biden`s administration has not done so far to improve the border situation

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  • The Nd 2 years ago

    A bonus episode?

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  • Betzy 2 years ago

    Let them in!!!!!

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  • upwastoid 2 years ago

    for everyday people it is a terrible, terrible, AND queue cbs logo.

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  • Nvader 2 years ago

    This was an easy question to answer but it’s obvious Anderson didn’t want to be the one to answer and explain the Biden campaign’s flaws lol

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  • godofdun 2 years ago

    The idea that they’re applying for asylum just based on “economic hardship” is idiotic, just look at the state of Haiti.

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  • Dan Trott 2 years ago

    “Economic hardship is not sufficient to apply for asylum”
    “Only road out of Haiti is controlled by armed gangs, armed gangs are common, and parliament has been dissolved.”
    Soooo, the Haitians ABSOLUTELY have reasons other than economic hardship?
    And most were turned away anyway?

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  • Arcana Octonus 2 years ago

    His millions from his parents is a good place to start helping.

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