Published: Mon, May 14, 2018
World | By Camille Rivera

Uneducated migrants can't assimilate, says Trump chief of staff

Uneducated migrants can't assimilate, says Trump chief of staff

Nielsen battled back, one person said, telling Trump that laws limit some of what she could do to block the flow of undocumented immigrants. "She feels like she's doing the best she can and doing a good job on immigration, but she also has to follow the law", this person said.

The exchange was so hostile, according to The New York Times, that Nielsen later informed colleagues that she planned to leave the administration and drafted a resignation letter, though she did not submit it. Nielsen issued her own statement Thursday evening saying the president is justifiably frustrated but that she is staying on the job.

The Trump administration, under US Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen, has moved to revoke this special status and to expel tens of thousands of protected immigrants. "I share his frustration", she said.

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Instead, she told the newspaper that she will "continue to direct the department to do all we can to implement the president's security-focused agenda" as head of almost 20,000 department employees.

According to the New York Times' report, Trump has been angry that Nielsen has been "resisting his direction that parents be separated from their children when families cross illegally into the United States".

Administration officials spoke on the condition of anonymity to provide a candid account of the private meeting. The president has told friends that he believes chief of staff John Kelly, with whom he has a strained relationship, foisted his deputy Nielsen upon him, according to two of the people, complaining that he didn't know what he was getting. "We are a nation of legislation and the president and his government may apply them" White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said in an announcement on Thursday.

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He said that the Commerce Department, the United States authority which has imposed the seven-year ban, had been told to "get it done".

Also, does anybody else miss the days when White House reporters could go years at a time without having to use the word tirade to describe Cabinet meetings? He urged voters to "give me some reinforcements, please" in the form of new Republican members. The president's anger was stoked by Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who remarked that the Department of Homeland Security could just arrest people at the border, the source said.

In return, Nielsen reportedly defended her stance and cited laws in several instances to support her comments.

Earlier this month, the Department of Homeland Security said it would end protections for 57,000 Hondurans in January 2020, leaving them vulnerable to deportation. "The president is rightly frustrated that existing loopholes and the lack of Congressional action have prevented this administration from fully securing the border and protecting the American people".

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Gillman tied for fourth with a 10-under par score that included four birdies and an eagle on the back nine on Wednesday. It was rewarding to watch Nicole put all of the things she has learned and execute her game plan perfectly.

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