US Homeland Security chief Nielsen out as border crossings surge
Washington (AFP) - US President Donald Trump on Sunday announced the departure of Homeland Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, underscoring his intent to toughen immigration policy amid a surge in illegal crossings along the southern border.Nielsen's exit marks the end of a difficult relationship with her boss, who was said to be unhappy with her performance despite her unswerving loyalty and full-throated defense of the president's most controversial policies.During her 18 months at the helm of the powerful agency, the 46-year-old became synonymous with the controversial practice of separating childr...
Joe Giudice Can’t Appear At Deportation Hearings, Teresa Giudice Is Reportedly A No Show
The Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice previously stated that she would accompany her husband Joe to Italy should he be deported. Nevertheless, RadarOnline reports that Teresa skipped her husband’s recent deportation hearing, which did not end with an outcome for him to be happy about. JOE GIUDICE’S DEPORTATION PROCEEDINGS STILL ONGOING The 46-year-old husband and […]uInterviewOfficial WebsiteFacebookTwitterApp download(iTunes)App download(Android)
Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen Nearly Resigned After Trump Berated Her At A Cabinet Meeting – Report
Kirstjen Nielsen, the Secretary of Homeland Security, told colleagues Thursday she almost resigned after President Donald Trump harshly reprimanded her in a Cabinet meeting on Wednesday.Kirstjen Nielsen Almost Resigned After Trump Scolded HerAccording to The New York Times, Nielsen wrote a resignation letter but did not submit it. She became upset after Trump screamed her for not doing enough to secure the country’s borders.The president has repeatedly called for more measures to stop illegal immigration, including greater funding for a wall on the border with Mexico and introducing more borde...