When President Trump took office in 2017, if someone had said to me the President will fill his cabinet with creatures from the very Swamp he promised to drain, I would have laughed in their face. Yet here we are in mid-June 2019, and the D.C. Swamp is overflowing due in no small part to the man that campaigned on draining it once and for all.
President Donald Trump announced late Monday night, that Mexico using their strong immigration laws, is doing a very good job of stopping people long before they get to our southern border. Guatemala is getting ready to sign a Safe-Third Country agreement. Additionally, the President stated beginning next week, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement will begin the process of repatriating millions that have entered the US illegally.
A controversial cell phone tower near a school in California has been shut down amid reports of four students and three teachers being diagnosed with cancer.
Eight children have been diagnosed with cancer since 2016 at the same elementary school – prompting parents’ fears that a cell phone tower could be to blame.
The amount of corn produced in the United States this year is going to be well below expectations. The Department of Agriculture just slashed its harvest estimates dramatically in its June report, but some farmers in the Midwest believe those reduced projections are too optimistic.
Tom Homan, the former acting director of the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency, has declined the position of border czar that President Trump announced the other day.
U.S. immigration authorities have placed more than 5,000 adults in medical quarantine because of mumps and chicken pox outbreaks in immigrant detention centers.
The quarantine order affects people in 39 Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention centers throughout the country. Detainees have either been diagnosed with one or both of the infections or have been exposed.
On June 8, 2019, President Trump announced an immigration deal had been reached between the U.S. and Mexico. In exchange for President Trump not imposing a 5% tariff on all goods from Mexico, Mexico promised to secure its border with Guatemala.