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Donald Trump’s Caravan Asylum Reforms Get Court Hearing Nov. 19

The lawsuit by pro-migration, pro-caravan groups against President Donald Trump’s border policy will get a hearing on November 19 in a San Francisco courtroom. The judge is expected to freeze Trump’s pro-American reform and allow the growing number of caravans and

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Jeff Sessions: ‘Man of Honor and Achievement’

President Donald Trump’s forced exit of Attorney General Jeff Sessions is a huge loss for Trump’s populist agenda, says Heather Mac Donald, a writer for the free-market Manhattan Institute.

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Both Sides Claim Victory on Immigration Politics

Pro-migration advocates claim the election results show that voters oppose President’s Donald Trump’s immigration policies, and pro-reform advocates say GOP candidates won by backing Trump’s pro-American policies.

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Polls: Many Latinos Want Tougher Border Security

More than a third of the Americans with Latino heritage in close races do not think Democrats will be tough enough to curb migration, and half of the nation’s Latinos want U.S. troops deployed to stop the migrant caravans, say two polls taken just before the midterm elections.

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WashPo: Trump Will Announce Anti-Caravan Plan on Tuesday

President Donald Trump will announce Tuesday how plans to use his extraordinary powers over legal immigration to block the caravan and other asylum-seeking economic migrants, according to the Washington Post. 

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Trump Rejects ’60 Minutes’ Pressure, Promises Border Fixes

President Donald Trump rejected pressure from the 60 Minutes TV show and suggested he would renew policies which allow migrant job-seekers to be prosecuted, even if they bring a child to trigger the 2015 Flores catch-and-release loophole.