Monthly Archives: July 2017

President Trump Urges Police to be Rough on Violent Immigrant Gang Members

(ESPAÑOL) President Trump called for police to be “rough” with suspected gang members to rid the country of “animals” he said are terrorizing communities. “Please don’t be too nice,” Trump said to the applause of police recruits at Suffolk County Community College in … Continue reading

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President Endorses New Immigration Plan

(ESPAÑOL) President Trump has endorsed a new Senate immigration plan that puts a preference on job skills  in granting immigrants entry into the United States. In a speech in Ohio Tuesday night, the president also bragged that his administration is being “rough” … Continue reading

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Trailer Tragedy Fuels Immigration Debate

(ESPAÑOL) The death of dozens of migrants in a dangerously overheated trailer this weekend has further inflamed the national immigration debate. In a Facebook post late Sunday, Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick (R) appeared to blame the tragedy on sanctuary … Continue reading

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9 People Dead in Texas Immigrant Smuggling Attempt

(ESPAÑOL) At least nine people died in sweltering heat when a truck smuggling about 100 immigrants was discovered in Texas on Sunday. The driver was arrested, and nearly 20 others rescued from the rig were hospitalized in dire condition, many with extreme dehydration … Continue reading

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Lindsey Graham Criticizes Party Members for Abandoning Path to Citizenship Bill

(ESPAÑOL) Republican Senator Lindsey Graham criticized his party members for failing to back him on an immigration bill. Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-South Carolina, had a blistering message for members of his own party in a Capitol Hill press conference Thursday as he and … Continue reading

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Oakland, California Withdraws from Immigration Officer Program

(ESPAÑOL) Oakland forbids its police force from cooperating in ICE operations in the ongoing immigration cooperation debate. The Oakland Police Department can no longer designate its investigators as U.S. customs enforcement officers — a classification that allows local police agencies … Continue reading

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