Immigration and Emigration

“I don’t remember a specific word,” she said. Other senators suggested the word used might have been “shithouse.” And Senator Lindsey Graham, Republican of South Carolina, who was also present at the Oval Office meeting last week, said the episode had devolved into an “s-show.” Photo “I don’t dispute that…

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To try to steer the political narrative, the president took to Twitter on Friday with a vague account of the meeting, saying his remarks at the meeting were “tough, but this was not the language used.” But Senator Richard J. Durbin, Democrat of Illinois, who also attended the meeting on…

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Mr. Erickson admits that the president “probably does not have constitutional motives for undoing DACA.” That doesn’t change the fact that, according to Mr. Erickson, the program is unconstitutional. And while he supports DACA in principle, he maintains that “the constitution has to override everything else,” including his personal preferences….

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The meaning of “bona fide relationship” was not precisely explained, and the phrase has created much uncertainty for migrants and others seeking to travel to the United States from the six countries — Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen — covered by the revised travel ban that President Trump…

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