President Donald Trump on Monday announced plans to address the nation this week about the “Humanitarian and National Security crisis on our Southern Border.”
When the 116th Congress convenes next January, it will be without the majority of the Republican supporters of the Gang of Eight’s ill-fated immigration plan, signaling a transformation in how left, right, and America in general deal with the issue.
Only a quarter of Democrats support abolishing U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, in spite of support for the idea by major party figures, a new poll shows.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) is facing rebuke from progressive activists and the far left of the Democratic Party for declining to call for the abolishment of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
A federal judge ordered the Trump administration to reunite all immigrant children that U.S. authorities separated from their parents over the last several months because of its stricter policy of prosecuting immigrants who enter the country illegally.
Senators from both sides of the aisle have proposed legislation to end the separation of illegal immigrant families, prompting a new battle over how to ensure children’s safety and family integrity while also enforcing the law.
President Donald Trump and his administration continued to aggressively defend its policy of separating children from parents who enter the country illegally as public backlash to the policy intensified and Republicans on Capitol Hill sought a solution.