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Ken Cuccinelli Spells Out Trump Immigration Ethos: ‘Give Me Your Tired and Your Poor Who Can Stand on Their Own Two Feet’

Mediaite Tuesday, 13 August 2019
Director of Citizen and Immigration Services Ken Cuccinelli suggested a little tweak to the famous Emma Lazarus ‘give me your tired, your poor’ poem on NPR Morning Edition Tuesday. This came one day after the Trump administration released a new “public charge” policy, which will restrict green card applicants likely to take advantage of government […]
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