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Kobach: DHS Has Been Unwilling To Execute Trump’s Policies

Former Kansas Secretary of State and Trump ally Kris Kobach discussed the problems within the DHS that resulted in the ouster of Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, who will step down on April 10th. “Leadership [at the DHS] has been unwilling to execute many of the President’s plans,” Kobach told Tucker Carlson Monday, adding, “I have been in the room when the ...

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Who Is Kevin McAleenan, The Upcoming Leader Of Homeland Security?

Kirstjen Nielsen will officially vacate her position atop the Department of Homeland Security on Wednesday, leaving Kevin McAleenan as the acting head. President Donald Trump, frustrated over the growing immigration crisis on the U.S. southern border, accepted Nielsen’s resignation after meeting with her at the White House on Sunday. The president went on to announce that McAleenan, the current commissioner of Customs ...

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Former Obama Border Patrol Chief Says Nielsen’s Exit Will ‘Jump Start’ DHS

Former Border Patrol chief Mark Morgan claimed Kirstjen Nielsen’s exit will “jump start” the Department of Homeland Security, during a Monday interview on “Fox & Friends.” “I think any time you have a change at that level, I think it kind of gives it a jump start and maybe a new direction,” Morgan said. Morgan also weighed in on acting DHS secretary ...

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Kirstjen Nielsen Resigns as Homeland Security Chief

  President Trump announced Sunday that Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen is resigning from her post in the Trump administration, bringing an end to the, at-times rocky, relationship between the president and her. Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen will be leaving her position, and I would like to thank her for her service…. — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April ...

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Trump Administration to Expand Program That Sends Asylum Seekers Back to Mexico

Kirstjen Nielsen

The Trump administration will increase the number of Central American asylum seekers who are sent back to Mexico while they await their court case. Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen announced Monday she will expand the “Migrant Protection Protocols” program, more popularly known as “Remain in Mexico.” Nielsen, in a memo sent to the federal border chief, ordered Customs and Border ...

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Trump Administration Asking Congress To Make It Easier To Deport Migrant Children

Kirstjen Nielsen

Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen is requesting Congress pass a legislative measure that gives her department greater authority to address the growing migrant crisis at the U.S. southern border. Nielsen asked lawmakers to make it easier for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to deport unaccompanied alien children (UAC), to allow migrants file asylum requests within their home countries, and ...

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Trump Donates $100,000 Of His Salary To Help Fund Immigration Enforcement

President Donald Trump announced that he is donating $100,000 of his salary to the Department of Homeland Security, following a promise he made before entering office. While the press doesn’t like writing about it, nor do I need them to, I donate my yearly Presidential salary of $400,000.00 to different agencies throughout the year, this to Homeland Security. If I ...

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Kirstjen Nielsen Says DHS Will Continue To Enforce The Law Despite Democrats’ Opposition

Kirstjen Nielsen

Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said her agency will continue to enforce immigration laws, despite facing heavy opposition from Congressional Democrats. “Well, two things. One, I would say we’re a law enforcement agency. So we enforce the law,” Nielsen said Thursday on “Fox & Friends.” “You know, I said it before, but I really fear for our democracy ...

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Pentagon Sending Thousands More Troops to the Southern Border

The Pentagon is sending several thousand more troops to the southwestern border, fulfilling a request made by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Currently, there are about 2,3000 troops stationed at the southwestern border. Pentagon officials revealed Tuesday that they will be deploying an additional 2,000 troops as part of the DHS’ request for the military to extend its mission ...

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Here’s how many troops will deploy to the U.S.-Mexico border in ‘Operation Faithful Patriot’ and when they will get there

U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Kevin McAleenan, Commander, United States Northern Command and North American Aerospace Defense Command General Terrence John O’Shaughnessy, and Assistant Secretary of Defense for Homeland Defense and Global Security Kenneth P. Rapuano hosted a joint press conference Monday on the Department of Defense deployment to the Southwest border. [Highlights below the video] In a military deployment dubbed ...

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Illegal Alien who Attacked Wife with Chainsaw has Been Deported 11 times

It was confirmed by immigration officials Friday that a California man who allegedly attacked his wife with a chainsaw is, in fact, an illegal alien who has been deported 11 times since 2005. The man reportedly attacked his wife in their home in front of their children. Detectives arrested Alejandro Alvarez Villegas, 32, in Chula Vista, California for allegedly trying to ...

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Trump administration issues 15,000 additional visas for temporary workers

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The Department of Homeland Security announced Thursday that it would increase the number of H-2B visas for the 2018 fiscal year. “An additional 15,000 H-2B temporary nonagricultural worker visas will be available for Fiscal Year 2018,” DHS said in a statement. “In this determination, Secretary Nielsen determined there are not sufficient, qualified, U.S. workers available to perform temporary non-agriculture labor ...

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DHS Figures Show How Long-Shot Asylum Claims Have Become A Ticket To Stay In The US

  by Will Racke Far fewer than half of the immigrants found to have a “credible fear” of persecution in their home countries are sent back within three years, according to Department of Homeland Security (DHS) figures provided to The Daily Caller News Foundation on Monday. Of petitioners initially found to have a credible fear in fiscal year 2014, 39 percent ...

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Trump and administration officials suddenly cancel trips

President Donald Trump canceled his trip to the Summit of the Americas on Tuesday, other members of his administration have also canceled trips planned for this week. “President Trump will not attend the 8th Summit of the Americas in Lima, Peru or travel to Bogota, Colombia as originally scheduled,” White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said in a statement Tuesday. ...

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