As many as 400 minors are entering Texas each day without a parent - most of them from Central and South America. Where to put them is the question. Tens of thousands are being housed in overcrowded facilities. The House held a hearing Tuesday on the crisis, with some lawmakers placing the blame on the Obama administration. Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson has ordered five dozen criminal investigators to Texas to prosecute human smugglers. But what should the federal government do with the children who are already here - amnesty, deportation. Anderson discusses the issue with CNN Contributor Dan Restrepo, who served as senior director for Western Hemisphere Affairs on the National Security Council and former Custom Border Patrol Commissioner Ralph Basham.
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