Immigration Hawks Ascend to Senior DHS Positions

Friday, April 14, 2017
By Paul Martin

by JOHN BINDER
BreitBart.com
14 Apr 2017

Two leading advocates for reforming illegal and legal immigration enforcement were appointed by President Donald Trump to serve as senior advisors for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

Jon Feere, the former legal analyst for the Center for Immigration Studies, and Julie Kirchner, the previous executive director for the Federation of American Immigration Reform (FAIR), have both been appointed to senior positions.

Feere, who work with the Trump campaign and transition team on immigration policy, will serve as the senior adviser to the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency Director Thomas Homan.

Kirchner, a campaign alum as well, will serve as the senior adviser to Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Commissioner Kevin McAleenan.

Center for Immigration Studies Executive Director Mark Krikorian told Breitbart Texas that the Trump Administration appointed a person who “knows the ins and outs” of immigration when they chose Feere to serve.

“ICE needs somebody like Jon because he’s worked on immigration policy for many years,” Krikorian said. “After eight years of Obama, there were civil servants and people at ICE who weren’t as quite up to date on immigration enforcement.”

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One Response to “Immigration Hawks Ascend to Senior DHS Positions”

  1. Robert Edward Lee

    They’re not even near enough. We need an enlarged 15 state version of The Confederate States Of America FOR WHITE CHRISTIANS ONLY. You can’t let in every 3rd world goofball under the sun and actually think everything will be ok. One example OF MANY MANY is North Korea having a lot of spies all throughout The US just waiting. Maybe not waiting much longer huh ? –

    http://allnewspipeline.com/The_Day_Of_The_Sun_NKorea.php

    #3206748

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