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the ivory coast in africa, but we don't deal in those beans just because of political situations. >> anthony: there's this stuff, spe -- the special chocolate. >> eric: yeah. >> anthony: and which is pretty much what we're here to look at. >> eric: yes, absolutely. >> anthony: where, where, where it comes from, what's involved. eric ate some of chris's chocolate, heard about these wild cacao trees he was sourcing from in peru, and promptly got me involved in this designer chocolate bar business. i'm rather famously a guy that i don't really -- i never really gave a -- about desserts. you, on the other hand, you, you are -- you eat chocolate every day. >> eric: yeah, i love chocolate. yeah, every day. >> anthony: and so, here we are, three men and a chocolate bar. good thing for the world or exploitative opportunism? yet to be determined. what do i, after all, know about chocolate? next to freaking nothing. >> eric: it's good like that, right? >> anthony: yeah, like oliver twist there, uh, yeah, we used to eat it like that in the orphanage. [ laughter ] customer satisfactn over ca
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," "grey's anatomy" and he's undocumented. his parents brought him from the ivory coast when he was 10 years old. he's hoping to use his star power to the immigration fight. he's joining us now from los angeles. thank you for joining us. you are one of the beneficiaries of daca. with that in limbo right now, were you afraid to make your undocumented status public. >> first off, thank you so much for having me and shedding light on daca. yes, absolutely there's a risk to come out and announce my status. but because daca is about to be canceled next year unless congress passes a law, a permanent fix for us, i needed to come out. i have a family. i have a daughter. my life and the life of 800,000 other dreamers like me who are american in our heart could be destroyed. >> what do you want people to know about your family's story? >> i want people to know that i came from africa, from a war-torn country, and my parents were here seeking political asylum. i grew up from middle school, high school, i was home coming king and i had a dream to become an actor. thank god i'm living my dream.
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