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  1. Kirstjen Nielsen resigns as Trump homeland security secretary

    U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, who oversaw President Donald Trump’s bitterly contested immigration policies during her tumultuous 16-month tenure, resigned on Sunday amid a surge in the number of migrants at the border with Mexico.

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    USA
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    Kirstjen Nielsen resigns as Trump homeland security secretary
  2. Trump visits US-Mexico border

    President Trump paid a visit to the US-Mexico border today, following a week of confusing comments over whether he'd shut it down and repeats 'emergency' claim.

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    USA
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    Politics
    Trump visits US-Mexico border
  3. Trump vows 'VETO!' after bipartisan Senate rebuke on wall

    The U.S. Senate on Thursday rebuked President Donald Trump by voting to end his border emergency declaration, as 12 Republicans joined Democrats to deliver a second blow in as many days to the president, who quickly pledged a veto.

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    USA
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    Politics
    Trump vows 'VETO!' after bipartisan Senate rebuke on wall
  4. Trump vows emergency declaration over wall

    President Donald Trump vowed on Thursday to declare a national emergency in an attempt to fund his U.S.-Mexico border wall without congressional approval, a step likely to plunge him into a battle with Congress over constitutional powers.

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    USA
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    Politics
    President Trump's National Emergency Is a Ploy to Avoid Admitting Defeat on the Wall
  5. Trump poised to sign border deal

    The clock is ticking yet again as Washington aims to avert a second government shutdown of the year. Congressional lawmakers hope to have President Trump sign what they call an "agreement in principle" on border security funding.

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    USA
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    Politics
    Shutdown deal: Republicans urge Trump to accept as House heads to vote