Beginning in January 2017, Trump issued a series of executive orders that allocated more resources to the Department of Homeland Security and directed Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents to expand deportation efforts and tighten immigration controls. This chapter examines television (TV) news coverage of immigration and deportation policies in President Trump's first 100 days in office. It also looks at the differences among the major TV networks in their coverage of Trump's directives. The chapter focuses on the three legacy United States television networks – ABC, CBS, and NBC. It examines how the legacy networks under study covered President Trump's stance on immigration and if that coverage differed among the networks, revealing any possible political and/or topical biases. In the first 100 days of the Trump administration, the president attempted to strongly assert his positions on immigration, in part because those issues played a large role in his campaign.