(CNN)For weeks, House Republican leaders have been working behind closed doors to thread the needle on an immigration bill that could secure the support of the bulk on their conference.On Friday morning, President Donald Trump ended all that with a tweet.
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STEPHANIE RUHLE (HOST): In today's money, power, politics: private prisons. They are cashing in on President Trump's get-tough policies at the border. Since 1997, the Federal Bureau of Prison has paid private companies to build and operate prisons to ease capacity at government-run facilities.
While listing her demands of Republicans, House Minority Leader Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) demanded “amnesty” for illegal aliens Thursday, then caught herself and called for “asylum and all the rest,” instead.
In remarks at a hearing on the separation of illegal alien families in detention following President Donald Trump’s executive order ending the practice, Pelosi demanded Republicans immediately submit to even more of Democrats’ immigration agenda – initially including “amnesty,” which she changed quickly relabeled “asylum.
I admit to not having a passionate view on the immigration issue. I do think there needs to be reform, but I'm no Ann Coulter when it comes to the problem of illegal immigration.
(CNSNews.com) - During a cabinet-level meeting at the White House, President Donald Trump accused Democrats of refusing to fund the personnel, bed space, and resources needed to house illegal minors for political reasons.
Notorious propaganda-spreader Sinclair Broadcast Group is at it again. The company is again pushingan outrageous“must-air”segment on all of its stations. In the latest piece, which all 100-plus Sinclair stations will have to run on their news shows, features Trump fanboy Boris Epshteyn attacking the media for being unfair to Trump over his family separation policy.
President Donald Trump railed against Mexico during a cabinet meeting on Thursday, accusing the country of doing nothing “except taking our money and sending us drugs” amid the ongoing fallout over his administration’s “zero tolerance” immigration policy.
Muslim Fulani herdsmen have killed at least 54 Christians this year in Nigeria’s northeastern state of Adamawa, according to area sources. In a state where predominantly Christian Bachama tribesmen have formed militias in response to violence by Islamic extremist group Boko Haram and heavily-armed Muslim Fulani herdsmen, Christians were slaughtered in the Numan, Demsa, Lamurde and Girei areas, the sources said.
The UN’s Secretary General has stressed the importance of Christians returning to the areas from which they fled in Iraq and Syria. “I am fully convinced that after the stability of the situation in Iraq and Syria and the adoption of a certain political decision, it is very important to ensure the return of the Christians, in general, to the religious minorities, and the Yazidis themselves, to their homeland,” António Guterres told Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill yesterday.