President Trump on Friday said his administration is considering releasing migrants into so-called sanctuary cities, despite his own administration saying hours earlier that the controversial idea was no longer under consideration.
The Trump administration is seeking ways to make it harder for migrants crossing the U.S.-Mexico border to receive asylum, in part by forcing them to meet stricter requirements proving they have a credible fear of returning to their home countries
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President Trump on Friday said he could quickly shutter the U.S. southern border, one day after saying he would give Mexico a “one-year warning” before taking drastic measures to stop illegal immigration.
President Trump on Thursday said he intends to nominate former Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain to the Federal Reserve Board, a move that would add a loyal political supporter to the central bank.
President Trump on Thursday retreated further from his threat to immediately close the southern border, instead saying he would give Mexico a year before taking drastic measures to address drug trafficking and illegal immigration.
President Trump said Monday that special counsel Robert Mueller acted honorably, offering rare praise for the man who led the Russia investigation after he ended it without accusing Trump of colluding with Russia.
President Trump said Friday he would reverse sanctions against North Korea that were recently announced by the Treasury Department, a surprise declaration that sparked confusion in Washington and raised fresh doubts about the White House’s policy
President Trump on Tuesday renewed his attacks on the late Sen. John McCain, calling his 2017 vote against repealing ObamaCare “disgraceful” and saying he will “never” be a fan of the Arizona Republican, who died last year.