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It looks like President Obama will be running into deportation protesters for some time to come.

Critics of Obama's record-setting number of deportations protested outside the gym at Central Connecticut State University where the president spoke on Wednesday, carrying signs that said things like "Stop Deportation."

Others chanted: "Obama! Obama! Don't deport my mama!"

During the speech, a critic yelled at Obama before being escorted out: "Mr. President, stop deportations! Two million too many, not one more!"

The demonstration came a day after Janet Murguia -- president of the National Council of La Raza, the nation's largest Latino advocacy organization -- described Obama as "deporter-in-chief."



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