Immigrant youths fear Donald Trump's America

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Calls to mental health hot lines have increased by 200% at the state level and 250% at the national level, said Patrick Magoon, president and CEO of Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago during a press conference citing crisis center data.

"Whether they be adults or children who are concerned or scared, and suffering, we need to make sure that they feel the protective shield of an adult community that loves them and will connect them to appropriate services," said Colleen Cicchetti, executive director of the Center for Childhood Resilience.

When asked if Trump's latest interview with "60 Minutes," in which he said he would focus on deporting criminals rather than the masses, gave her peace of mind, she said words from Trump don't settle her fears.

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