Many described the statements as “divisive,” “hateful,” and “dehumanizing.”
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced he will be launching a plan to guarantee health care coverage for all residents, which includes illegal immigrants living in the city.
Trump told both Pelosi and Schumer if Democrats do not fund the border wall, he will shut down the government, as he has been trying to receive funding since taking office in 2016.
Advocates of open borders quoted in media coverage of the migrant “caravan” moving north through Mexico are part of a network of U.S.-based groups funded in the past by left-leaning foundations.
The mainstream media and Democrats have criticized the Trump administration’s response to the migrant caravans storming the nation’s southern border. However, many of the critiques either don’t provide full context or are factually incorrect.
Officials in Tijuana have declared a humanitarian crisis in response to thousands of mostly Central American migrants who have arrived recent weeks and overwhelmed temporary shelters in the Mexican border city.
A federal judge in California issued a temporary restraining order (TRO) against the Trump administration’s new asylum rules early Tuesday morning.
The migrant caravan has its own de facto government, and on this night the travelers from Central America gathered at the behest of a few leaders to discuss issues of the day as well as the big picture — such as what route to take to the U.S. border.
Civil and immigrant rights groups announced they are suing the Homeland Security secretary, ICE agents and Vermont’s DMV commissioner over immigration enforcement practices in Vermont.
President Donald Trump’s administration is clamping down on asylum rules for immigrants coming to the United States, the White House announced Thursday.
Simply put, the president does have the ability through executive action to direct federal agencies to act in accordance with the original meaning and intent of the citizenship clause.