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Kirstjen Nielsen said she resigned from the Trump administration because ‘saying no’ was ‘not going to be enough’
Kirstjen Nielsen was interviewed at Fortune's Most Powerful Women Summit about her resignation and oversight of thousands of family separations.
Trump also noted that if necessary, he could snap back and levy tariffs on Mexico over the issue of border security.
Trump has pushed for border wall contract for a company whose top executive frequently appears on Fox News and donates to the GOP
President Donald Trump has pushed for the Army Corps of Engineers to award a border wall contract to a North Dakota-based construction firm whose top executive frequently appears on Fox News.
The deaths of migrant children in Border Patrol custody since December have triggered an uproar over the government's practice of detaining kids.
2 key Homeland Security officials pushed back on a plan to arrest thousands of migrants in New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles before they were pushed ...
Former DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen's and head of ICE Ronald Vitiello's reason for pushing back was logistical, according to The Washington Post.
The number of people apprehended crossing the US-Mexico border in April topped 100,000 for the second month in a row, the highest point since 2007.
Former Homeland Security chief Kirstjen Nielsen was worried about Russia meddling in the 2020 election, but was reportedly warned not to bring the iss...
One senior administration official told The New York Times Mulvaney said it "wasn't a great subject and should be kept below [Trump's] level."
John Kelly, who led the DHS prior to becoming Trump's chief of staff, reportedly complained about the department's state when he was in both roles.
Some Homeland Security officials are shaken by Trump’s purge and pointing out their new office is built at a former government mental hospital
The construction of the 4.5 million square-feet building was reportedly delayed for over a decade, but will be ready to house employees this month.
"Like so many issues we are forced to talk about during this presidency, this isn't a real idea or a real proposal, it's just another scare tactic."