Nor would Mike Pence or Stephen Miller.
“The alt-right found something in Trump. He changed the paradigm and made this kind of public presence of the alt-right possible.”
Stephen Miller was reportedly behind a nixed ICE plan to conduct mass arrests of immigrant families across the country in a shock and awe campaign.
President Trump on Thursday will announce his plan to revamp the legal immigration system, cutting the number of green cards doled out based on family ties and replacing them with a point-system geared toward picking migrants with key abilities. The plan, which the White House teased last week,
President Trump detailed a draft version of his immigration plan for Republican senators Tuesday, calling for overall levels of legal immigration to remain the same but for the government to prioritize workers with prized skills over extended family members looking to reunite. The bill would also "close all the loopholes"
Tech execs and influencers do not want to see conservative opinions on their platforms. In an interview with Mother Jones, former Reddit CEO Ellen Pao slammed the existence of subreddits like The_Donald.
The Trump administration wanted to carry out “a blitz operation” to sweep up and arrest as many as 10,000 immigrant parents and children across 10 cities, The Washington Post reports, in a depraved display of state force designed to terrorize immigrant communities. In a shock to no one, among the loudest voices pushing the plan was White House aide and white supremacist Stephen Miller.
Earlier this month, Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes published an opinion piece in The New York Times, outlining why Facebook should be broken up. Now, Mark Zuckerberg has responded to that piece, and as you might expect, he’s not too fond of the idea.
The education secretary appeared at a convention of education writers.
Lisa Vanderpump didn’t film new ‘RHOBH’ episodes and her co-star Lisa Rinna made it clear that she only has herself to blame despite fans missing the Brit.
CNN conservative analyst Rick Santorum on Sunday insisted that President Donald Trump could not be charged with obstructing justice in special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation because the president was accused of no underlying crimes. During a panel segment on CNN, host Jake Tapper noted that Republican Rep. Justin Amash (MI) said last week that Trump committed impeachable acts by obstructing justice in the Mueller investigation. "First of all, Robert Mueller didn't find obstruction of...
"HUD expects that fear of the family being separated would lead to prompt evacuation by most mixed households." White House Senior Advisor to the President and prominent white nationalist Stephen Miller is pushing a new federal rule that would evict an estimated 55,000 legal U.S. residents or U.S. citizens who are children, over the immigration status of just one of their parents. The children are living in federally-subsidized public housing. Miller wants Secretary Ben Carson's Dept. of...