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Stephen Miller, the white supremacist Trump administration official behind some of President Donald Trump's most insidious anti-immigration policies, was married at the Trump International Hotel in D.C. this past weekend.

While he and his new wife, Vice President Mike Pence's press secretary Katie Waldman, enjoyed a day of blissful matrimony, others called attention to the numerous immigrants and refugees whose lives have been ruined by policies Stephen Miller helped build.

Among them? Miller's own uncle.

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President Donald Trump's former Chief of Staff, retired General John Kelly had some strong critiques for his former boss in recent remarks at the Drew University Forum lecture series.

General Kelly responded to Trump firing Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman, who was ousted from the National Security Council after complying with a Congressionally approved subpoena to testify about the President's dealings with Ukraine. Vindman's brother—an NSC lawyer—was fired as well, despite playing no part in the impeachment proceedings.

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Pop icons Jennifer Lopez and Shakira had fans stomping in applause after their rousing half time performance at Sunday night's Super Bowl—the first all Latinx lineup in Super Bowl history.

While most of the artist's greatest hits are pop songs designed to make the listener feel sexy and carefree, people couldn't help but notice certain moments in the 15 minute performance that struck a deeper chord.

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President Donald Trump's acting Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Chad Wolf tried and failed to drum up anti-immigrant furor on his Twitter account.

Sharing a disturbing story of an undocumented immigrant accused of murdering a 92-year-old woman, Wolf said New York City had seen a "complete breakdown of law and order."

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Texas Republican Governor Greg Abbott shocked his constituents and other Americans when he became the first governor to announce that his state would not accept any refugees whatsoever—even if said refugees were vetted and came through the proper channels.

Abbott says his state's resources should go to Texas instead.

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President Donald Trump is desperately trying to secure additional funding to carry out his campaign promise of a giant wall at the Southern border.

Reports from the Washington Post say that Trump is planning to divert $7.2 billion in military funds to go toward building the wall.

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President Donald Trump's administration launched a pilot program on Monday that would allow the government to collect DNA from people held in immigration custody. That DNA would then be sent to a criminal database within the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

U.S. citizens, permanent legal residents, asylum seekers, and those apprehended at the border would all be subject to sampling and refusal would be grounds for a misdemeanor charge. Children as young as 14 would be subject to DNA collection.

The administration cites the DNA Fingerprint Act of 2005, which allows for DNA collection from anyone "arrested or detained" by the U.S. government. That Republican-sponsored bill removed provisions from the DNA Identification Act of 1994 that protected those not charged with a crime from mandatory DNA testing.

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