Stephen Miller Sabotaged DHS Sec With Leaked Data

Stephen Miller Sabotaged DHS Sec With Leaked Data

Stephen Miller Sabotaged DHS Sec With Leaked Data

'He's firing all of [John] Kelly's people....' During her time as Homeland Security secretary, she oversaw widely condemned policies including the forcible separation of families and the caging of children at the southern border.

The policies Trump wants, and the outcomes he has promised, aren't within the power of the White House or the Department of Homeland Security.

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. Nielsen's name will be added to the long list of those who have shuttled in and out of cabinet posts in the last two years.

But Gidley and other White House officials were unable Monday to describe exactly what it was that the president wanted Nielsen's successors to do differently.

On Saturday Ms Nielsen tweeted that she "could not be more proud" of border patrol agents, praising their "compassionate, humanitarian response" to border security. President Trump announced his appointment on Twitter on the same day.

This makes sense, as even with the Trump administration's ever-revolving door, Miller is one of the few officials not related to Trump, who are racist and sycophantic enough to have stuck around since the very beginning.

"Kirstjen Nielsen will be known for implementing a cruel policy of forcibly separating parents and children", he told CNN. McAleenan not only has led an agency that focuses on the domestic aspects of immigration, but who also has experience in law enforcement. The White House also pulled its nomination of Ronald Vitiello last week, who was tapped to run ICE.

Hogan Gidley, White House deputy press secretary, told reporters: "The separation of families, you know, the president has said before he does not like that". But I have been at the table when Secretary Nielsen and Vice President Pence have talked about these things, and said that they think that this is the best way to protect America.

"He's been there obviously since January '16 so he's a known commodity", Lewandowski said. He's the first man in, the last man out on immigration. "Something has to change", he said, "this is not a sustainable situation that we're now in". People speaking with the AP say she was not forced to resign. (The Trump administration has been put on notice by court injunctions ordering the reunification of some families). Although Nielsen isn't technically leaving her post until Wednesday, here's a look back at some of Nielsen's worst moments as DHS chief anyway.

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It's great that Nielsen is (finally) gone, but she was the tip of the iceberg, and there are much bigger problems out there... like Mr. Comb-Over himself.

Several top DHS jobs are either vacant or filled on an acting basis, including positions responsible for disaster response, immigration enforcement, finance, policy, and science and technology. But Trump chose Kevin McAleenan, the head of U.S. Customs and Border Protection, as acting secretary.

Since taking on the role in December 2017, the USA attorney has overseen the implementation of Mr Trump's controversial border control policies. McAleenan is a respected, longtime border official in the administration.

All three have expressed hard-line views on illegal immigration, and could have difficulty winning confirmation in the U.S. Senate, which Trump's Republicans control by a 53-47 margin.

But there's no doubt that the president is exasperated with the flood of immigrants at the border, tweeting on Monday: "Country is full!"

"DHS is going to have to address this issue all alone", he said.

The top-down shake-up is said to be motivated by Trump's interest in more restrictions regarding migration at the U.S. -Mexico border, and with immigration overall. Prominent evangelicals, including evangelist Franklin Graham, Samuel Rodriguez, and the Southern Baptist Convention, denounced the short-lived effort that separated children and parents once they crossed into the US. "Even if we lose in the courts, we still gotta do something to stop the incentive (to migrate)".

Both US and global law prohibit the US from refusing entry to people who are in danger of prosecution in their home countries; both US statute and court settlements offer extra due-process protections to asylum seekers, children, and families. The order goes into effect April 12.

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