Governor Chris Christie says the issue with immigration is the failure of the federal government to bring some order to the system. Speaking on CNN's "State of the Union," Christie says the laws that are in place currently have to be enforced. Christie says he knows the President's first priority is to get violent criminals out of the country. But Christie says he acknowledges things don't always go perfectly. He says there will be cases of immigrants who've violated the law, but are not hardened criminals. The governor says the people need to focus on what President Trump is trying to do by kicking violent criminals who are here illegally out of the country while making America's streets safer.