Los Angeles — US President Donald Trump took a hard line on immigration in the 2016 election, making it his signature campaign issue. Now, as he runs for re-election, he is highlighting the promises he says he kept and warning that his Democratic challenger, Joe Biden, will roll them back.

Trump pledged to drastically restrict both the number of immigrants crossing the US-Mexico border and ramp up arrests of those living and working illegally in the country. His policies have faced legal challenges and a backlash from immigration advocates...

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