With the Trump administration cracking down on those who are in the country illegally, some in Boston's large Irish community are finding themselves in the cross-hairs of federal immigration authorities. A recent column in the Boston Globe told the story of John Cunningham. He came to the United States from Ireland eighteen years ago, but overstayed the ninety days that he was allotted. Cunningham ended up making a life here in Boston, and he'd had no issues up until recently. But last week, he was taken into custody by Immigration and Customs Enforcement. He's being held at the South Bay House of Correction in Boston, and he's facing deportation. Ronnie Millar is the executive director of Boston's Irish International Immigrant Center. He discussed Cunningham's case and the mood in Boston's Irish community with WGBH Radio's Mark Herz.