Last month, as parents arrested at the U.S.-Mexico border were separated from their children and transferred to detention centers more than a thousand miles away in the Pacific Northwest, as a father of two languished in federal custody after delivering a pizza to a military base in Brooklyn, and as Immigration and…
Homeland Security secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, possibly in response to a callout from GOP senators Jeff Flake and Susan Collins today, tweeted out a demonstrably false statement about the Trump administration’s family separation policy this evening: that it does not exist.
The Trump administration’s effort to separate children from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border has drawn deservedly harsh criticism. But according to the head of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency, the policy sure is “sad,” but what can you do!
During a roundtable immigration discussion on Long Island on Wednesday, President Trump enthusiastically repeated his new favorite term for criminal immigrants (“animals”) and warned of the menace of “alien minors”—in other words, children—coming across the border to do heinous crimes in the U.S.
How quickly Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen’s star has fallen.
Donald Trump spent Wednesday afternoon meeting with local legislators and other elected officials for a thoughtful, calm, and nuanced discussion on California’s sanctuary laws that...yeah, duh, of course he didn’t. The whole thing was a racist nightmare, the lowlights of which are almost too numerous to count.
Great news for anyone who hates the forces of evil: Thomas Homan, the acting head of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency, is set to step down from his post.
On Tuesday, President Donald Trump criticized Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf for warning residents that immigration officials were planning raids in her city. Attorney General Jeff Sessions and acting ICE Director Thomas Homan earlier also claimed that as many as 800 “wanted aliens” in California avoided arrest because of…
A spokesman for the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency has resigned over what he claims are lies being told by top officials about the number of undocumented people who evaded arrest after the mayor of Oakland warned the immigrant community in of upcoming raids.
Oakland mayor Libby Schaaf has been engaged in a fierce battle with the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency in recent weeks. On Wednesday, she called the agency “racist” during an interview with CNN, just days after she warned hundreds of undocumented residents of Northern California that ICE would be…
Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials have hand-delivered audit notices to some 120 businesses in Southern California, the Wall Street Journal reported Friday, requiring them to “show the government detailed records of who works there and evidence they are authorized to work.”
Undocumented immigrants with no criminal history are being arrested at a record pace by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency, according to a new report from the Washington Post.
Thomas Homan, the acting head of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency, gave the keynote speech on the first day of the Border Security Expo in San Antonio on Wednesday. (The expo is billed as the “single point of contact to staying ahead of the enemy.”) There, Homan told the audience that he was “enjoying”…
As Northern California braces for a massive impending Immigration and Customs Enforcement sweep, Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf insisted on Wednesday that she was ready to be jailed in order to protect her city’s sanctuary status.
On Tuesday, Thomas Homan, the acting director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, gave Neil Cavuto a newsworthy interview on Fox News. During a discussion of sanctuary cities, Homan pushed a ridiculous idea: local government officials in charge of said sanctuary cities should face criminal penalties. “We’ve…
When President Donald Trump announced last week that he had appointed Department of Homeland Security director General John Kelly to replace Reince Priebus as White House chief of staff, questions immediately began swirling about who, in turn, would replace Kelly to lead DHS.
Thomas Homan, the acting director of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency, spoke to White House reporters on Thursday. His comments showed both the malice and the lack of logic behind the Trump administration’s anti-immigrant crusade.
The acting head of Immigration and Customs Enforcement wound up undermining one of President Trump’s core anti-immigrant talking points during a briefing with the White House press corps on Wednesday.