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US CEOs Urge Trump to Keep DACA 'Dreamers' Program in Letter

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Friday, 01 September 2017 10:49 AM

Dozens of chief executives in the U.S. have signed a letter urging the administration of President Donald Trump not to scrap a measure, known as "Dreamers," that prevents the deportation of young people brought to the country illegally.

The White House said this week that it was still reviewing Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, which was adopted when Barack Obama was in office.

Apple Inc. CEO Tim Cook, Amazon.com Inc. CEO Jeff Bezos and General Motors Co.'s Mary Barra signed the letter, which was posted on a website late on Thursday in the U.S.

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Dozens of chief executives in the U.S. have signed a letter urging the administration of President Donald Trump not to scrap a measure, known as "Dreamers," that prevents the deportation of young people brought to the country illegally.
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