House Speaker Paul Ryan of Wisconsit (left) answers questions during an interview with Julie Pace, AP chief of bureau in Washington and Erica Werner, AP congressional correspondent, at the Associated Press bureau in Washington on Wednesday. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

Ryan: Deporting young immigrants not in nation’s interest

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