This week on Matter of Fact, the administration’s immigration policy is not only cracking down on illegal immigration but restricting legal immigration as well. Georgetown professor Katherine Benton-Cohen joins Soledad O’Brien to discuss the history of immigration in America and explain how these kinds of restrictions are nothing new. Plus, this Trump supporter could lose her multi-million dollar company due to tariffs implemented by the president. Soledad O’Brien speaks with Mary Buchzeiger, CEO of auto supply company Lucerne International, about the impact of these tariffs on her business and why she still supports the president. And, Harvard University is under fire for allegedly holding Asian applicants to higher standards than students of other races, according to a discrimination lawsuit filed by the Students for Fair Admissions. Harvard Law alumna and professor Jeannie Suk Gersen breaks down the case and explains why she hopes the lawsuit will begin a conversation about the consequences of affirmative action.