The Trump administration is considering suspending or limiting entry to the U.S. for individuals from countries with high rates of short-term visa overstays - a proposal vaguely reminiscent of the.. Newsmax - Published Also reported by •Newsday •Seattle Times
During a press conference about the future of 5G, President Trump told reporters he would test the "open arms" of sanctuary cities and sanctuary areas, saying "we can give them an unlimited supply" of..
White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said the Trump administration had seen Mexico "stepping up and taking a greater sense of responsibility" for dealing with the immigration flows that U.S. officials..
President Trump is threatening to shut down the U.S.-Mexico border, or at the very least, "large portions" of it, next week if Mexico doesn't halt all undocumented immigrants from entering the country.
President Donald Trump threatened on Friday to close the U.S. border with Mexico next week, or at least large sections of it, if Mexico "doesn't immediately stop all illegal immigration coming into the..
On Thursday, White House aides reportedly had suggested illegal immigrants should be sent to so-called "sanctuary cities" in Democratic strongholds. But the White House said it quickly dismissed the.. CBS News - Published Also reported by •NPR
· *European stocks and US futures are down after the Trump administration threatened to impose tariffs on $11 billion in EU imports.*
· *The White House said the tariffs are a response to EU.. Business Insider - Published
President Trump has since backed off his threat, but as border officials scramble to deal with an unprecedented flow of migrants, there are disruptions at the border and increasingly long wait times. NPR - Published
Shifting once again, President Donald Trump threatened Thursday to slap tariffs on cars coming to the U.S. from Mexico unless... Deseret News - Published Also reported by •CBS News •Seattle Times •MyNorthwest.com
President Trump on Thursday threatened to put tariffs on cars coming into the U.S. from Mexico if the country does not do enough to prevent illegal immigration into the U.S. He also walked back some of.. CBS News - Published
President Donald Trump has threatened to "seal" the U.S.-Mexico border to combat illegal immigration, a move that might include shutting down trade.
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Joe Biden's expected plans to run for president hit a bump after a Nevada Democrat claimed the former vice president touched and kissed her in a way that made her uncomfortable. Also, President Trump.. CBS News - Published
Here's the latest for Monday April 1st: Trump threatens to close US-Mexico border; Nevada politician says Biden kissed the back of her head; Woman accused of killing Kim Jong Un's half-brother could go.. USATODAY.com - Published
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US President Donald Trump’s continued rhetoric with regard to the US-Mexico border, immigration and his proposed border wall has returned to the headlines this weekend, as a.. One News Page Staff - Published Also reported by •CNSNews.com •NPR •NYTimes.com
Border Patrol agents expect to see more than 100,000 apprehensions and encounters with migrants in March, the highest monthly total in over a decade.
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With less concern about the Mueller report, President Trump is turning his attention to the national emergency he declared at the southern border. Mr. Trump threatened drastic action against Mexico as.. CBS News - Published Also reported by •USATODAY.com •Reuters •NYTimes.com
President Donald Trump on Friday threatened to close the U.S. border with Mexico next week, potentially disrupting millions of legal border crossings and billions of dollars in trade if Mexico does not.. Reuters - Published
President Donald Trump threatened on Friday to close the U.S. border with Mexico to trade if Mexico does not stop immigrants from reaching the United States. Reuters - Published Also reported by •NYTimes.com
Donald Trump threatened to close the southern border next week if Mexico doesn't "immediately" step up its efforts to block immigrants.
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