Shakeup at US Department of Homeland Security raises concern

Shakeup at US Department of Homeland Security raises concern

Shakeup at US Department of Homeland Security raises concern

At the same time, he suggested the policy had worked to deter migrants from coming into the U.S. Trump abandoned that policy previous year in the face of widespread public outrage, and it was subsequently struck down in court.

Miller is consolidating his already considerable power over White House immigration and border security policy, and proving he still very much has the president's ear.

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MSNBC's Ari Melber ripped White House advisor Stephen Miller ("Donald Trump's Donald Trump") tonight over the harsh immigration policy he has pushed for during his tenure in the Trump administration.

"I believe that what we have seen from Stephen Miller is vestiges of white nationalism", Abrams said.

She has drawn criticism for her staunch defence of some of Mr Trump's most contentious border policies.

Asked by host Tucker Carlson what he would do first if he were put in charge, he said he would deploy thousands of FEMA trailers to border cities or military bases in Texas and Arizona and set up "processing centers" to handle asylum claims, and prevent those living in the USA illegally from sending remittances home to Mexico, among other ideas.

A senior administration official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said one option may be to give migrant families a choice of staying in long-term detention together while they await a court hearing or splitting up, an idea known as "binary choice".

Castro, a member of the Democratic Party, said that McAleenan's support for Trump policies hurt "families and children at the border". For the first year, former Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly carried out those decisions.

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According to CNN reporter Kaitlan Collins, as well as a full report from the Washington Post, Miller is behind Trump's insistence on toughness.

"In the private sector, corporations are all about how to retain their best people", she says.

On the Daily Show, Trevor Noah faux-mourned Nielsen for being "deported out of the White House". Mick Mulvaney, the Office of Management and Budget director, is now the acting White House chief of staff.

CBN News visited with San Diego Border Patrol Chief Rodney Scott last week. It's unlikely that many of these families, like those of enslaved black people in this nation centuries ago, will ever be reunited. "Very happy with them", Trump said.

"It also bears repeating, separating children from their parents entails significant risk of psychological harm".

But calling Stephen Miller a white nationalist isn't an insult, it's a fact, and one based exclusively on his own actions. "We have made improvements to our tracking, but we do not have the capacity to receive that number of children, nor do we have any system that can manage the mass trauma".

While Nielsen had doubts at times, she had dutifully carried out Trump's orders, taking ownership of his most divisive policies, including the family separations, and spending months trying to broker arrangements with Central American countries, including Mexico. Ron Johnson, R- Wis., the committee chairman.

The Trump administration is also considering eliminating so-called "magnets" attracting immigrants to the U.S.by making it tougher for asylum seekers to obtain work permits, the official said.

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