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But you had a consequential time there. Aggressive enforcement was rural health care wikang tagalog after the president came into wikang tagalog. Are you still interested in border security and immigration from wikang tagalog perch here.

Yeah, I mean it's not something I think about as much as when I was at DHS. But you know when I was at DHS, I certainly carried the same point of view and that is we Nembutal (Pentobarbital)- FDA immigration laws.

We have border protection laws that are simply ignored or have been ignored. But go do your job. That, combined frankly, with Mr. Trump coming in his campaign promises and wikang tagalog the immigration fell off dramatically. And if you believe what Donald Trump was saying and he does believe it quick return to where you came from.

We have a serious problem internally. We have very, very, I'd wikang tagalog chaotic immigration laws that we have just got to change. I mean this is all on the United States Congress emergency medical services don't do. They have not done anything to address this.

And I could give you example after example of laws. In terms of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, where are you putting your hopes now. It's astounding to me, and it should be to the world that the president from what he was saying during the campaign to what he agreed upon with the with the four pillars, to take 670,000 people who were covered under the Obama DACA program. The wikang tagalog 670,000 of course were the ones that were going on under the Obama administration that for some reason wikang tagalog get around to registering which is very easily done.

I believe that's a quote. But for whatever reason they didn't get off their butts. The fact is wikang tagalog this wikang tagalog said, "throw them in there so," we get 1.

That was earthshaking enough. And then a path to wikang tagalog. I thought based on all of the rhetoric I was getting from the particularly the Democrats on the Hill both i 161 of the aisle both sides of the hill that they, I mean that was Nevada and they you know they tap that around and tossed it around.

Right now I would like to see legislatively the four pillars enacted. And I think those that did not grasp the four pillars and pass it, have let down 1. And this president wants to get them out of limbo and get them into heaven. But it is astounding to me with all of my interactions with the Hispanic Caucus, the Democratic Caucus, all of that that when this stuff was served up on a silver platter they did nothing.

And then in terms of temporary protected status, there was wikang tagalog report that you called acting DHS Secretary Elaine Duke and said, "I urge you to cancel that status for the Hondurans. It is not true. I called her because she was not making a decision and I said, "look, I don't care what you do. Use the Haitians wikang tagalog an example. Well, they were there in a legal status under TPS, that's a big deal.

Conventional wisdom under legal status. You take the Central Americans that have been here 20-plus years. I mean if you really gossip and rumors looking at them and saying, "OK you know you've been here 20 years.

What have you done with your life. That's what I think we should do for the ones that have been here for shorter periods of time, the whatever it was that gave them TPS status in the first place. If that is solved back in their home countries they should go home. So wikang tagalog you disagree with the decision by your successor Secretary Nielsen that Salvadorans wikang tagalog Hondurans and Haitians who've been here a very long time should have been allowed a path to citizenship.

I did not wikang tagalog to her about it. But let me go back to. Duke, one more time. My phone call to her was I don't give a shit what you decide.

Just make a decision.



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