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Who Is Kevin McAleenan, The Upcoming Leader Of Homeland Security?

Who Is Kevin McAleenan, The Upcoming Leader Of Homeland Security?

Jason Hopkins | Energy Investigator Kirstjen Nielsen will officially vacate her position atop the Department of Homeland Security on Wednesday, leaving Kevin McAleenan as the acting head. President Donald Trump, frustrated over the growing immigration crisis on the U.S. southern border, accepted Nielsen’s resignation after meeting with her at the White House on Sunday. The […]

Kirstjen Nielsen Resigns as DHS Secretary in Midst of Border Surge

Kirstjen Nielsen Resigns as DHS Secretary in Midst of Border Surge

  BY JOHN BINDER  has resigned as Department of Homeland Security (DHS) secretary in the midst of soaring illegal immigration levels and an expanded Catch and Release policy under her direction. On Sunday, President Trump wrote online that Nielsen would be leaving her position as head of DHS. Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen will be […]

Here’s Why What’s Happening On The Border Is Unprecedented, According To Top Officials

Here’s Why What’s Happening On The Border Is Unprecedented, According To Top Officials

Saagar Enjeti | White House Correspondent    Illegal arrivals at the U.S. southern border are at a 10-year high with no sign of abatement, current and former officials tell The Daily Caller. U.S. authorities are warning that the situation is completely unprecedented and nearing a full blown crisis. President Donald Trump responded to the developing […]

What A Week! U.S. Recognizes Jerusalem as Israel’s Capital and Franken Sort of Resigns; Fourth 100 Days (Trump Briefs:  Dec. 2-8/Day 324-330) Week 46

What A Week! U.S. Recognizes Jerusalem as Israel’s Capital and Franken Sort of Resigns; Fourth 100 Days (Trump Briefs:  Dec. 2-8/Day 324-330) Week 46

By Michael Hernandez   Saturday, December 2  (Day 324): Nation’s Gross Domestic Product hits highest point ever—economy booms The New York Federal Reserve’s tool—Nowcasting Report—for forecasting gross domestic product (GDP) hit its highest point ever on Friday, pointing to a fourth-quarter GDP growth of 3.93 percent.  Prior to the most recent quarter, the Nowcast has […]