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Senate majority leader Schumer vows to reform US immigration system

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Washington, Jul 21 (EFE/EPA).- The United States Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer spoke Wednesday afternoon outside the US Capitol about the immigration reform, during which he also said that he would do everything to defend the rights of dreamers and immigrants in the United States. (Camera: WILL OLIVER).SHOT LIST: US SENATE MAJORITY LEADER CHUCK SCHUMER TALK ABOUT IMMIGRATION REFORM OUTSIDE CAPITOL HILL IN WASHINGTON, DC, US.SOUND BITE: US SENATE MAJORITY LEADER, CHUCK SCHUMER (IN ENGLISH).

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