A Northern California raid ostensibly targeting violent gang members triggered a dispute Thursday, with Santa Cruz’s police chief angrily accusing the Homeland Security Department of turning it into a secret immigration sweep. Chief Kevin Vogel accused Homeland Security officials of lying about...
House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Mike McCaul (R-TX) tempered his support of President Trump’s plan to build a wall along the U.S. border with Mexico, “stressing instead the need for a multifaceted approach to border security,” Politico reports. Said McCaul: [...]
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson traveled to Mexico City, Mexico February 22-23, 2017. He was joined in Mexico by U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly.
Donald Trump is planning to bypass the courts in order to deport as many illegal immigrants as possible out of the United States. On Tuesday, the Department of Homeland Security released two memos depicting how the government agencyShow More Summary
Santa Cruz law enforcement leaders took the unusual step of castigating federal Department of Homeland Security officials Thursday over a joint gang bust that the city participated in, only to later learn that federal agents detained...Show More Summary
Only hours earlier, President Donald Trump suggested the opposite, saying deportation push was a 'military operation.' The post Deportations won’t be military operation, says Homeland Security chief appeared first on Macleans.ca.
US Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly promised Thursday "no mass deportations" or military force against immigrants in the United States despite a crackdown on those in the country illegally. "There will be no, repeat no mass deportations", Kelly told a news conference in Mexico City after meeting with Mexican ministers. Show More Summary
Homeland Security secretary John Kelly insisted Thursday that the U.S. will not deport undocumented immigrants en masse.
Just days after the Department of Homeland Security detailed how it will implement President Trump's policies, Mexican officials warned Thursday they would not accept "measures imposed unilaterally."
President Trump “has assigned the Department of Homeland Security, working with the Justice Department, to help build the legal case for its temporary travel ban on individuals from seven countries,” CNN reports. “Other Trump administration sources tell CNN that this [...]
Two of President Trump’s Cabinet secretaries and their Mexican counterparts emphasized cooperation and friendship after meeting in Mexico — but their public remarks seemed unlikely to quell profound tensions between the two countries or clear up confusion over the plans of the Trump administration....
CNN’s Jake Tapper had a hilarious suggestion for General John Kelly, President Donald Trump’s Secretary of Homeland Security. Despite a day full of attacks on Tapper from Trump supporters and fake news sites claiming Tapper went on a racist tirade, Tapper seemed to be in good spirits...
WASHINGTON ? Hours after President Donald Trump said that recent immigration enforcement efforts were “ a military operation,” Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly assured Mexican officials and the public that they were not. The secretary,...Show More Summary
There will be no mass deportations of illegal immigrants by the United States, said that country’s Homeland Security Secretary today after meeting with Mexican government officials. John Kelly made the FULL STORY The post No mass deportations, US assures Mexico appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
The secretaries of State and Homeland Security meet with Mexico officials.
After Homeland Security memos were released on Tuesday, that contained new guidelines calling for immigrants to be deported if they are convicted, charged or even suspected of a "chargeable criminal offense," Trump claimed that his "deportation force is a military operation." Let's get something straight. Show More Summary
US secretary of state and homeland security chief hold talks in Mexico Tillerson admits ‘deep differences’ as president defends deportation policy Donald Trump issued a staunch defence of his expanded deportation policy on Thursday,Show More Summary
Secretaries of State and Homeland Security meet with Mexico officials.
Trump praises immigration raids as a 'military operation' Feb. 23, 2017, 11:26 a.m. A look at President Trump's administration and the rest of Washington: Trump says deportations are coming "at a rate that nobody's ever seen before" Treasury secretary says tax reform will be done by August Constituents'...
Donald Trump and his administration want to deport all illegal immigrants to Mexico, even if they are not Mexican. The Department of Homeland Security is currently looking into making this a reality. The Trump administration’s move to...Show More Summary