Trump's Cabinet Picks Offer Thoughts on Immigration Policy
Saturday, 14 January 2017 The three men who could have the most power over the immediate future of immigrants and refugees in the United States testified before the Senate this week. Their responses during these confirmation hearings for some of the highest-profile positions in the Cabinet — secretary of state, secretary of the department of homeland security (DHS) and attorney general — provide no guarantees of what the new president and his administration will do. But they offered new insights into what...
Senate confirmations are set to begin this week, and many expect the Democrats to challenge President-elect Donald Trump's cabinet nominations. There will be many back to back hearings. According to CNN online "Democrats are likely to focus on Trump's cozy ties with Russia" and his foreign policy...
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