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Andy Parks From The Washington Times

Jul 1, 2020

A federal judge ruled that Homeland Security cut too many corners when it tried to block asylum seekers from choosing which country they settle in. As Stephen Dinan reports, it's not the first time the administration didn't follow procedures and had their efforts shot down. Plus, charges for damage to the Andrew Jackson statue near the White House. And more on how the administration has quietly managed to expand the number of jurisdictions that have agreed to work with ICE.