NJ Pastor Builds A 'Wall Against Walls' As DACA Decision Looms

A church in NJ is working overtime to protect dozens of families from deportation after President Trump announced he would end DACA.

The Rev. Seth Kaper-Dale is the pastor at the Reformed Church of Highland Park.  He's become a fierce critic of the president's immigration policies.  Last week, Trump said he would give Congress six months to rework DACA, former President Obama's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.  Kaper-Dale said he has little faith that a compromise will happen. 

On Wednesday, "dreamers" -- DACA youth -- got word that a deal was worked out after Rep. Nancy Pelosi and Sen. Chuck Schumer had dinner with President Trump.  Trump said later  that there was no deal yet.