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Tucker Carlson debated former New York City Public Advocate Mark Green on the merits of the DACA recipients upset over President Trump's decision to sunset the program and Rep. Nancy Pelosi's (D-Calif.) decision to meet with the president.

"They're allowed to speak," Green said when asked about the 30 self-admitted DACA recipients who disrupted Pelosi's press conference earlier this week.

"You're not even entitled to vote, what are you doing?" Carlson asked of them.

"They don't want to be bargaining chips, [they] demand a clean bill," Green, who unsuccessfully ran in 2001 against then-Republican Mike Bloomberg in New York's closest mayor's race in 100 years, said.

Green said it is right to be sympathetic to the fact DREAMers were brought to the United States as babies, and added that Trump's popularity is the lowest of any president.

He asked if Carlson was bothered by what he reported to be a 10-point gap in favor of Democratic House members for the upcoming midterm elections.

"What does bother me is the total collapse for the support of the rule of law... on the left," he said. 

"You get arrested for not having a hunting license" but can stay in this country if you are a DACA recipient, Carlson said.


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