55 percent of Americans say Trump's mental fitness is a legitimate question

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Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said she did not recall "that exact phrase".

"President Trump's immigration policy is created to serve the interests of national security".

A new report from the Justice and Homeland Security Departments said that almost three-fourths of the 549 global terror-related convictions in USA courts since the September 11 attacks in 2001 involved foreign-born individuals, including 148 granted citizenship after arriving in the United States.

Cuts to regulations have made all the difference, Trump said, and while there's still plenty of regulation from agencies across the USA, "we're cutting a lot of them, too", he said to laughter.

Asked at the White House Tuesday about whether he only wanted immigrants from Norway, Trump said: "I want them to come in from everywhere, everywhere".

"We have submitted to Congress a list of resources and reforms". The program shielded these immigrants, often referred to as "Dreamers", from deportation and granted them permits to work.

Sessions described the data as "only the tip of the iceberg". "And we are hitting them hard", the president stated. There were no issues with his gastrointestinal system or his urinary tract, the report said.

This drama would be more entertaining were it not for the 800,000 immigrants whose fate under the protections of President Barack Obama's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program hangs in the balance.

The department said it was avoiding appealing to the northern California appeals court to expedite the case. "Thats probably one of the reasons why hes been successful", the doctor said.

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Graham did not name names, but moments later noted that White House chief of staff John Kelly, whose tough views of immigration are well-known, is a member of the president's staff. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., thought they had a deal before the White House meeting, according to news reports. "And I think he wasn't the least bit concerned that he had anything to hide". Trump responded to the criticism by calling himself a "very stable genius" on Twitter and then allowing cameras to film him negotiating immigration legislation with senators at the White House for 55 minutes last week.

"It was Martin Luther King that said there's 'nothing in this world more risky than honest ignorance and conscientious stupidity, '" Booker said. "It's going to end well", he promised DACA recipients.

"It's disgusting for the security of our country", Trump said, noting there was not enough funding for the wall he has promised to build on the U.S.

O'Callaghan said the data reflects how individuals seeking to "harm" the United States "exploit" the current immigration policy for their benefit.

"It doesn't promote the admission of individuals who are not likely to succeed, who are not likely to assimilate, who could potentially radicalize or may already be radicalized to pose a threat to our national security".

The GOP strategy seeks to force Senate Democratic leader Charles Schumer of NY to decide if this is the moment to force a showdown on immigration that results in a partial government shutdown in an election year. Sen.

"Had the other side gotten in, the market would have gone down 50% from where it was", Trump said.

"It ignores violence committed by white supremacists and other non-immigrants, and instead seeks to tar all immigrants with the brush of terrorism".

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