POTUS Picks Cuccinelli To Coordinate Immigration Policy - Breitbart

tpreitzel Tue, 05/21/2019 - 19:47
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President Donald Trump has picked Ken Cuccinelli to help implement and coordinate his immigration policies and decisions.

The news was reported by the New York Times, which described Cuccinelli as an “immigration hard-liner … [and] aligned with Mr. Trump on issues related to border security”:

The specifics of the role — including the title and the scope of duties — are still being hashed out, according to the official. But Mr. Cuccinelli is expected to be based in the Department of Homeland Security, not in the White House.

Mr. Cuccinelli met with Mr. Trump in the Oval Office on Monday, along with nearly a dozen other administration officials, including Kevin K. McAleenan, the acting secretary of homeland security. By Monday evening, Mr. Cuccinelli had begun placing calls to people to alert them that he was expected to get the job, according to people familiar with the discussions.

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Not Kobach? Indeed, why didn't President Trump tell the rally last night about his plan to relocate 200k+ illegals to non-border areas of the USA?

This questionable choice is probably due to Kushner again. It's pretty obvious after TWO+ years that President Trump want all sorts of immigration. I'm just not entirely sure for the motivations, because this issue alone, not alleged "censorship", just might cost him reelection. After more than 150+ years, we know that corporations just love slave labor a la the Chamber of Commerce so this reason is certainly part of it. Why do the Democrats want "technlogy" on the border, but not a physical barrier? Because a physical barrier would nullify the call for biometic identification of anyone. Clearly, the international monetary system based on debt and slave labor is playing a major role here. Our founders wanted the opposite, free trade among the states of the union with a concomitant movement of labor among the states, not the world.