President Trump said he is working in a way to bypass a Supreme Court's decision and add a citizenship issue to the 2020 census. After a week's back and forth and a decision deadline that has come and gone, the Justice Department said on Friday that it is still looking for a legal way to include the issue of the investigation. President Trump says his administration looks very serious and has several options available, including a notice. Nikole Killlion reports.
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