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Ipsos Poll: GOP Voters Say Immigration ‘Most Important Problem’ in U.S.

Immigration is the “most important problem” in the United States among Republican voters heading into the 2020 presidential election, a new poll finds. According to the Reuters/Ipsos poll, when asked to rank the main issues facing the U.S., nearly 40 percent of Republican voters say immigration is the biggest problem, far outpacing every other issue. Running second to immigration as the biggest problem in the U.S. is healthcare with 13 percent of GOP voters ranking it as the main issue facing the nation. Among all voters — including Republicans, Democrats,…

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Kris Kobach’s Legal Expertise Offers Trump Homeland Security Solution in Fight Against Rogue Courts

President Trump is decrying federal judges who have routinely blocked his immigration reform agenda, as former Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach is considered for the top position at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) precisely for his longtime legal expertise. During conversations with the media on Tuesday, Trump slammed a recent decision by U.S. District Judge Richard Seeborg in San Francisco, California that blocks the administration’s implementation of the “Remain in Mexico” policy whereby border crossers and illegal aliens seeking asylum in the country are returned to Mexico until…

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GOP Sen. Roberts Promises Support for Kris Kobach at DHS

The senior GOP Senator in Kansas has announced he will back Kris Kobach if President Donald Trump nominates the Ivy League lawyer to run the Department of Homeland Security. Sen. Pat Roberts’ conditional endorsement is important because it defangs back-room opposition to a Kobach nomination by the establishment wing of the Kansas GOP. Roberts’ statement may also mute potential opposition from the establishment GOP Senators in Washington, D.C., who do not like Kobach’s long-standing support for Trump’s pro-American agenda. “I have Kris Kobach in the past and I have supported every one of…

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