Trump Administration Moves To End Asylum Protections

The President's crack down on migrants from Central America seeking asylum in the U.S. expected to take effect today. Anyone who crosses the southern border will be denied asylum in the U.S. if they came through another country and did not seek asylum there first. South Florida Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz calls this completely unlawful saying the President doesn't have the power to change these type of rules without Congress. She expects several lawsuits to be filed. The Department of Homeland Security's Acting Secretary says the rule will lead to fewer individuals "transiting through Mexico on a dangerous journey."



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