With government spending soon to run out, some lawmakers want to attach a Deferred Actions for Childhood Arrivals “fix” to must-pass legislation. Heritage legal expert Hans von Spakovsky discusses why such a move would ignore the lessons of history. We also hear from Hans about why a promising voter fraud commission was suddenly shut down by the president. Plus: The black unemployment rate hits a new low, a top Trump adviser makes an unwelcome splash at CNN, and speculation abounds over whether Oprah Winfrey will run against Trump in 2020.