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Following Donald Trump's election victory, protests have sprung up on college campuses across the country.

Tonight, Tucker Carlson took on Alex Uematsu, a Rutgers University student and organizer of anti-Trump protests.

Uematsu argued that the U.S. is a nation of immigrants, and anyone should be allowed to come to our country.

Carlson pointed out that most of the people entering the country illegally are low-wage workers who represent a net cost to taxpayers.

"You believe then that taxpayers have a moral obligation to subsidize anyone who wants to come here?" Carlson said.

He added that corporations and big businesses are in favor of illegal immigration, as it drives down wages and labor costs.

"Do you realize that you're part of that?" Carlson asked. "They're fully on your side with bringing [in] the low-wage labor ... It benefits them too."

Watch the back-and-forth above, and let us know what you think in the comments.

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