Bob Costantini: President asking for flexibility on immigration
The Obama administration is facing a host of legal, humanitarian and political constraints as it copes with tens of thousands of Central American children entering the country illegally. A Bush-era law to address human trafficking prevents the government from denying the children entry to the U.S.
But the White House wants the law made more flexible.
Phil and Penny discussed the latest on the immigration overload with NBC News Correspondent Bob Costantini: