Two Trump Loving Congressmen Took to the House Floor to Accuse the 'Deep State' of Murdering a Former DHS Official
ICE Faces Backlash For Saying the 'Prevention of Another 9/11' Is the Reason Their Employees 'Go to Work Each Day'
September 11 since 2001 has become a day of reflection for many individuals and organizations. The Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) was no exception.
Like many federal agencies, they took the opportunity to commemorate 9/11. But unlike others—many who actually participated in threat mitigation and recovery efforts after the attack—ICE decided to herald their own accomplishments rather than make a statement about those who died or those who stepped up.
Over a year ago, the Trump administration reallocated funds within the budget of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for President Donald Trump's border wall project. $20 million of the border security budget went to pay contractors to build a total of 16 border wall prototypes: two duplicate sets of four concrete and four steel designs.
Soon all 16 will be gone.
Donald Trump's Homeland Security Head Just Referred to Trump's Border Wall in the Most Creepy Way, and People Are Dragging Her Hard
Thursday found another of President Donald Trump's cabinet members testifying in a congressional hearing. This time, Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen appeared before the House Judiciary Committee.
Things did not go smoothly for Nielsen who needed to account for the death of a 7-year-old girl who spent two days in DHS custody before dying of dehydration and exposure. Jackelin Caal of Guatemala died December 8, while held by DHS separate from her father with whom she came to the United States.
Donald Trump's New Rule Barring Those Who Enter the U.S. Illegally From Seeking Asylum Just Got Shut Down in Court, and Immigration Advocates Are Cheering
A US District Court in California foiled President Donald Trump's plan to use executive orders and presidential proclamations to override immigration legislation, at least temporarily. The President previously claimed he could use his powers to override even the US Constitution despite critics stating otherwise, however the court ruled otherwise.
In early November, Trump signed a proclamation restricting migrants abilities to request asylum. However asylum is defined by existing law and several groups—including 12 Hondurans traveling with the migrant caravan from their home country—took the Trump administration to court over the new rules.
Donald Trump's Homeland Security Secretary Just Unveiled Two Miles of Trump's 'Border Wall' but People Don't Think It Looks Much Like a Wall
On Friday, Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen dedicated a newly completed replacement section of border fence in Calexio, California. The fences and barriers have existed for years, but recently received routine scheduled maintenance and upgrades.
However the DHS Secretary spun a different tale of what the invited and gathered media looked at.
Designers of Donald Trump's Border Wall Prototypes May Have to Go Back to the Drawing Board After They Failed Multiple Tests
Back in March, President Donald Trump took a trip to Otay Mesa near San Diego to look at various prototypes for his border wall. A sample section of eight options were built on the site at the cost of $300,000-$500,000 each—with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) paying the $2.4 million-$4 million bill.
Back in September 2017, DHS awarded eight contracts to companies to develop prototypes for the Trump administration’s proposed wall along the nearly 2,000 mile US-Mexico border. Contracts were split evenly into concrete and non-concrete walls.