What if the U.S. really were too full to take new immigrants? We asked business professors | LBJ School of Public Affairs | The University of Texas at Austin
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Is this so-called nation of immigrants full? Is there no room for more immigrants? And, if so, what would be the consequences of us being so full that we'd have to cut off new arrivals?

The questions arise because President Donald Trump, who ran on and was elected on immigration-unfriendly policies such as a wall across the southern border, said "our country is full," according to a Fox News interview aired Saturday.

UT Professor James Galbraith says of course it isn't full.