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CNN Analyst Calls for Briefing Boycott After Jim Acosta’s WH Pass Revoked

CNN national security and legal analyst Susan Hennessey is calling on White House press corp members to boycott future briefings after Jim Acosta, the network’s chief White House correspondent, had his press credentials revoked Wednesday evening. The suspension comes after a heated confrontation earlier between President Donald Trump and Acosta during a news conference. Reacting to reports of Acosta’s credentials being revoked, a furious Hennessey tweeted: “This is a disgraceful and unacceptable attack on a free and independent press. The rest of the White House Press Corp should stand with their colleague @Acosta and…

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Polls: Many Latinos Want Tougher Border Security

More than a third of the Americans with Latino heritage in close races do not think Democrats will be tough enough to curb migration, and half of the nation’s Latinos want U.S. troops deployed to stop the migrant caravans, say two polls taken just before the midterm elections. A huge CBS poll of 6,466 registered voters in battleground states showed that 38 percent of Americans with Latino heritage do not think the Democrats’ pro-migration policies are “tough enough.” The survey, which was conducted from October 30 to November 3, also shows that 41 percent of…

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Fox News Will No Longer Run Trump Caravan Ad

The Fox News Channel has pulled a Trump-approved campaign advertisement about the migrant caravan marching towards the U.S. border after CNN and other left-wing media figures labeled it “racist.” “Upon further review, Fox News pulled the ad yesterday and it will not appear on either Fox News Channel or Fox Business Network,” ad sales executive Marianne Gambelli told Mediaite. NBC also said Monday that “after further review,” it will stop airing President Trump’s campaign advertisement that includes footage of Luis Bracamontes, a twice-deported immigrant from Mexico sentenced to death in California…

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Moms for America Visit Border: Illegal Immigration Is Hurting Women and Children

A group of moms from across the United States are traveling to Texas to meet with mothers who live on the U.S. border with Mexico. The coalition is calling for the federal government to secure the border so that the thousands of migrants marching through Mexico aren’t allowed to enter the country. Moms for America will hold a press conference on Sunday to express their support for sending the military to the border, the construction of a wall on the border, and for federal immigration law to be enforced to…

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Flake: Trump’s Tone on Immigration ‘Sickening,’ Blaming Dems, Soros ‘Just Wrong’

Friday on CNN’s “The Situation Room,” Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) said President Donald Trump’s “tone” on immigration was “unseemly.” Flake said, “I certainly don’t like the tone that President Trump has taken with regard to blaming immigrants. Having that ad, which I thought was just sickening. And frankly, very untrue with regard to the threat that is posed by illegal immigrants.” He continued, “And the notion that Democrats have prevented any fix, the last real vote we had on substantial immigration reform was the bipartisan bill we did in 2013. Every Democrat in…

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David Axelrod: Republicans Lit ‘Tribal Fire’ with Kavanaugh Battle

David Axelrod, former chief campaign strategist for President Obama, said in a recent interview that Republicans lit “a tribal fire” with the confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Asked what Republicans were smart to do going into the midterm elections, Axelrod pointed to the Kavanaugh hearings as a “hinge” moment. “I’ve thought one of the most interesting hinge moments in this race has been around the Kavanaugh hearings. Midday after Dr. [Christine Blasey] Ford testified, it looked like a disaster for Republicans, and they made a decision—and I think…

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6-in-9 Swing District Voters: Keep Migrant Caravan Out of the Country

Nearly 6-in-9 likely voters in swing districts across the United States say federal officials must keep a migrant caravan of at least 10,000 Central Americans out of the country. In a new poll by NumbersUSA, about 65 percent of likely voters in swing districts this election cycle say the migrant caravan headed to the U.S. to overwhelm the country’s asylum and immigration system needs to be kept out of the country. About 40 percent say “all of them” in the caravan should be stopped “from entering the country.” About 25 percent…

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Claire McCaskill Rubber-Stamped Plan to End All Immigration Enforcement in U.S.

Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO) has most recently shifted gears on immigration, talking tough on border issues, although months ago the lawmaker co-sponsored legislation to end all immigration enforcement. During an interview with Fox News this week, McCaskill said she supports President Trump’s efforts to stop a migrant caravan of at least 7,000 to 10,000 Central Americans. “I think the president has to use every tool he has at his disposal, and I 100 percent back him up on that, whether it is turning them back because we are not equipped…

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Trump Tells Illegal Border Crossers: ‘Turn Back…It’s Called Catch,’ No Release

President Donald Trump declared at Wednesday’s Florida rally to those seeking to cross illegally into the United States, the U.S. will catch them, but not release anyone into the country. Trump turned attention toward the caravan of thousands of migrants headed from Central America towards the United States, seeking to illegally cross into America. The rally crowd chanted “build the wall.” He recalled caravan migrants who recently forced their way into Mexico, destroying border fences and overpowering Mexican military and police. Trump said the U.S. is tougher than any force…

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REPORT: Central American Migrants Set Fire to Mexican Immigration Facility

A group of Central American migrants facing deportation set fire to a Mexican immigration facility in an apparent attempt to escape. The alleged arson comes at a time when Mexican authorities reported the use of firearms and Molotov cocktails within the migrant caravans as they make their way through Mexico to the United States. The fire was reportedly started at a facility dual-purposed as a checkpoint and makeshift detention center for Mexico’s National Migration Institute (INM) in Pijijiapan, Chiapas, when a group of migrants housed there set fire to their…

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