“The Department no longer will exempt classes or categories of removable aliens from potential enforcement,” the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) said in an enforcement memo.
When he was questioned at the end of the brief as to why Americans should trust him, Trump casually dismissed it saying he was “given that information”.
“Trump may be a blessing in disguise for domestic IT industry to focus on home market,” said Ambani.
In December 2016, before Trump’s inauguration, Flynn allegedly spoke to Kislyak on the sanctions imposed against Russia.
Gurinder Chadha wants US President Donald Trump to watch Viceroy’s House to learn about the tragic events and their resonance in today’s world.
From Sasikala staking claim to form government in Tamil Nadu to Donald Trump’s travel ban being rejected, here are the top five stories at 9 AM on Friday.
US president Donald Trump had vowed to separate himself from his family business to avoid any conflict of interest, but that promise seems to be faltering.
“Just ask Israel about walls. Do walls work? Just ask Israel. They work, if it’s properly done,” said Trump.
The space will be separate from the Secret Service detail that is routinely based in Trump’s signature midtown tower, where his private company, the Trump Organisation, is headquartered and where he owns a lavish triplex penthouse.
Trump’s new administration has apparently given birth to a third category: leaks from within the White House and his officials alarmed by his conduct, says an explosive report in the Huffington Post.
“The objective of the Trump administration’s policy toward Pakistan must be to make it more and more costly for Pakistani leaders to employ a strategy of supporting terrorist proxies to achieve regional strategic goals,” said the report.
A court filing against the Donald Trump’s ban, includes major tech players like Google, Apple, Microsoft, Facebook, etc
He accused Islamic State fighters of leading a “campaign of genocide, committing atrocities across the world.”
Several technology companies plan to send a letter to US President Donald Trump on Monday urging his administration to amend the 90 day travel ban
Net neutrality rules imposed by the FCC in 2015 require broadband providers to treat all data equally.