U.S. President  Obama prepares to greet World Bank Group President (unseen) before the second working session of the G7 summit at the Elmau castle in Kruen

Obama says will keep pushing to fix U.S. immigration system

U.S. President Obama prepares to greet World Bank Group President (unseen) before the second working session of the G7 summit at the Elmau castle in KruenPresident Barack Obama said on Monday he is frustrated by U.S. federal court rulings that have stalled his immigration executive orders and will continue to push to fix the system. Speaking to reporters at the G7 summit with world leaders in Germany, Obama said he expects immigration reform will be a major topic in the 2016 presidential campaign. “We will continue to push as hard as we can on all fronts to fix a broken immigration system administratively,” Obama said.

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