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President Trump's Comments on Immigration from 2020 Announcement

Pres. Trump's announcement rally in Orlando Fla.

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Last night, President Trump officially launched his re-election campaign in Orlando Fla. to a stadium filled to the brim with nearly 25,000 spectators. President Trump told his supporters that Democrat calls for amnesty for illegal aliens, an open border, and a never-ending flow of cheaper, foreign workers to compete against Americans is the "greatest betrayal" to the working and middle class.

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Dem. Border Town Mayor 'Sick and Tired' Of Feds Not Fixing Immigration

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Bruno Lozano, the Democratic mayor of Del Rio, Texas, a small town in the U.S. Mexican border is fed up with the lack of action taken by the Federal Government to solve the current crisis at the Southern Border. During a town hall meeting with the staffs of Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) and Rep. Will Hurd (R-Texas), Mayor Lozano rebuked the Federal Government and lawmakers.

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New York's 'Green Light Bill' Offers Driver's Licenses to Illegal Immigrants

Governor of New York Andrew Cuomo (D)

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On Monday the New York Senate passed the "Green Light Bill," which is designed to give illegal aliens what New York considers the "right to a driver's license. Last week, the New York State Assembly passed the bill with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo, last night Gov. Cuomo signed the bill into law.

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Sen. McConnell Promises 'Freestanding' Immigration Funding Bill

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky)

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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky) promised a freestanding funding bill to address the humanitarian crisis at the southern border today in an interview with "Fox and Friends." The bill would appropriate $5 billion to address humanitarian concerns, not security concerns at the border.

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GOP Lawmaker Pushes to End OPT Program

Rep. Paul Gosar (R.-Ariz)

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A Republican Congressman, Paul Gosar (R-Ariz), is introducing legislation that could end the 20 year old OPT program, which allows foreign graduates to work in STEM fields while still on their F-1 student visas for as long as 36 months, allowing all other foreign graduates to work in their field of choice while still on their F-1 student visa for 12 months.

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DHS and HHS: Emergency Supplemental Funding Urgently Needed to Address Crisis

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Today, the Acting Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, Kevin McAleenan, and the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services, Alex Azar, wrote a joint letter to Congress urging the immediate passage of emergency funding to their agencies, citing the ongoing crisis at the southern border.

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