I know, I know, it’s a shocking twist—the border wall that President Trump campaigned on, promised Mexico would pay for, and has made no actual progress on since entering office is actually total bullshit that has no basis in reality, according to a new study from the Government Accountability Office.
Today on Twitter (where else) the president said he would be willing to shut down the federal government this October were Democrats don’t support his immigration reforms, including money for an insane, pointless border wall.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, who is definitely not considering leaving her job, was asked during Thursday’s briefing to defend the Trump administration’s policy of separating children from their undocumented parents at the border. It went extremely badly.
Democratic Senator Joe Manchin, of West Virginia, is up for re-election this year and is considered one of the chamber’s most vulnerable members. Because he’s trying to win in a state where more than two-thirds of voters pulled the lever for Donald Trump in 2016, Manchin doing everything he can to cozy up to the…
Many feel the Trump administration’s proposed border wall is toxic and divisive. But in the Rio Grande Valley, it’s also bringing the community together. Here in South Texas, people who would normally be ideologically opposed are joining forces to fight against the president’s plans.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions got called out for his unmistakable evilness during a grotesquely anti-immigrant speech in San Diego on Monday.
Standing alongside Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari in the White House Rose Garden, President Donald Trump stoutly defended his history of racism on Monday, insisting that he had “nothing to apologize for” when asked whether an act of contrition toward immigrants might help bolster his administration’s legal…
President Donald Trump lashed out on Monday at a group of Central American asylum seekers traveling to the United States, calling their caravan “a disgrace” and claiming he’d instructed the Department of Homeland Security to bar them from entering the country. (“WALL,” he added.)
At least half of the six contractors that built prototypes for Donald Trump’s border wall have deeply questionable histories, according to a nonpartisan watchdog group that reviewed public records, a previously unreported whistleblower lawsuit, and documents obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request.
There’s at least 75 miles of the U.S.‐Mexico border where National Guard troops can’t go, no matter what President Donald Trump says.
The mobilization of 250 Texas National Guard troops to the U.S. border with Mexico began Friday night in the first deployment following President Donald Trump’s call this week for more troops to help patrol for undocumented immigrants and other perceived “threats.”
After vowing to send the military to guard the southern border with Mexico, President Trump darkly teased taking “strong action” on immigration later today.
Donald Trump unveiled his latest hellish immigration policy idea on Tuesday, saying that until he gets his wall, he plans to guard the US-Mexico border with the military.
Despite his campaign promise, Donald Trump has failed to get Mexico to pay for his stupid wall, because Mexico is a sovereign country and not a gullible NBC executive.
Border Patrol officials in Arizona are struggling to fill jobs. Like, really struggling. The agency is so desperate that it’s offering $10,000 cash bonuses and a fast track to more appealing positions if existing agents move to the state.
A $1.3 trillion spending bill made its way through Congress early Friday morning and was on its way to Donald Trump’s desk. The bill, which increases both defense spending for big boy Republican hawks and domestic spending for Democrats, was intended to stave off a government shutdown, which will happen on Friday…
Government budgets are a clear indication of where our priorities are. And so far it appears that securing the integrity of U.S. elections isn’t as high a priority for Congress as doing pointless stuff on the U.S.-Mexico border.
President Donald Trump is in Southern California today, but if you live in the region, don’t expect to hear anything about how his trip will affect your daily travel. The details are so secret that even local police don’t know them.
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency has released a wild—and wildly awkward—propaganda video trying to convince the American public that it should love border walls.