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Trump May Appoint Immigration Czar

President Donald Trump may appoint an “immigration czar” to coordinate the government’s fractured authority over border security, asylum law, the labor supply, and visas, according to a report by the Associated Press. 

Kris Kobach, Ken Cuccinelli

U.S: Nicaragua’s Leftist Regime Denying Health Care to People Injured in Protests

WASHINGTON, DC — The administration of Nicaragua’s communist dictator Daniel Ortega is denying ”access to healthcare” to detractors and forcing families, likely from the opposition, to lie about the cause of death for their loved ones before they can retrieve their body, a senior U.S. Department of State (DOS) official told lawmakers.

Five dead in latest Nicaraguan protest violence

U.S. State Department Warns Against Travel to These 5 Mexican States

In the strongest travel advisory to date, the U.S Department of State is advising American tourists to avoid five Mexican states and to reconsider visits to 11 others. While State does not mention cartels being directly responsible for the violence, the locations listed continue to see organized bloodshed.

The Associated Press

Mexican Cartel Executes 8-Month-Old Baby, Others in Cancun

Gunmen murdered two police commanders and an 8-month-old child in the Mexican resort city of Cancun at a shopping mall frequented by American tourists. The officers were husband and wife and recipients of death threats for their cartel crackdowns.

The Associated Press

Trump Official: Paul Ryan’s ‘Schedule Did Not Mesh’ with President’s Trip to Paul’s Wisconsin District

WASHINGTON, D.C. — On Tuesday, President Donald Trump will give a major speech on “Buy American, Hire American” as he signs a new Executive Order at Snap-On Tools in House Speaker Paul Ryan’s district — but Ryan is away on a congressional delegation in Europe… an Administration official telling Breitbart News that their schedules simply “did not mesh on this.”

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Military Will Not Be a Deportation Force, DHS Tells Mexico

Department of Homeland Security John Kelly said the U.S. military would not be used in America’s efforts to deport criminal aliens. He also stated there would be no mass deportations. His comments came during a press conference in Mexico City where he and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson met with their counterparts.

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, center, smiles as Mexico's Foreign Relations Secretary Luis Videgaray, right, shakes hands with U.S. Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly at the Foreign Affairs Ministry in Mexico City, Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017. Mexico's mounting unease and resentment over President Donald Trump's immigration crackdown are looming …

Unholy Alliance: Christian Charities Profit from $1 Billion Fed Program to Resettle Refugees, 40 Percent Muslim

Though they are officially “non-profit” organizations, Catholic Charities, Lutheran Social Services, and several other Christian organizations are profiting from lucrative contracts with the federal government to resettle refugees in the United States. Of the 100,000 refugees resettled in the United States in 2014 under the Refugee Resettlement program, an estimated 40 percent were Muslims.

Priest PATRICK SEMANSKY AP

Judicial Watch Uncovers Hillary Clinton Email Gap

So, let’s talk about these new State Department documents we released during the Summit. As has been widely reported, we found almost a five-month gap in the emails Madam Hillary Clinton reluctantly returned to the State Department last year. But there’s more to the story.

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State Department Official Asked Hillary Clinton To DELETE Benghazi Email

Patrick Kennedy, the department’s Under Secretary of State for Management, actually wrote a letter to Clinton’s attorney in May 2015, two months after Clinton’s private email scandal broke, asking Clinton to “please delete” an email with the subject line “Fw: FYI – Report of arrests – possible Benghazi connection).”

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