U.S. immigration officers' union opposes Trump pick to lead key agency
Tuesday, 12 February 2019 () A union representing U.S. immigration and customs agents urged the Senate on Tuesday to block confirmation of President Donald Trump's nominee to head the immigration enforcement agency, citing past racially tinged and controversial comments.
According to a report by Reuters, on Tuesday, a union representing US immigration and customs agents urged the Senate to block confirmation of President Donald Trump's nominee to head the immigration enforcement agency, citing past racially controversial comments. The National Immigration and Customs...
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