Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton gave her stamp of approval on the executive actions President Barack Obama will take on immigration.
Hundreds gathered at CASA de Maryland in Hyattsville to watch President Barack Obama’s speech Thursday night during which he announced far-reaching orders on immigration that will allow millions of people now in the U.S. illegally to “come out of the shadows and get right with the law.”
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin believes President Barack Obama is giving Americans the middle finger by taking executive action on immigration.
President Barack Obama and his allies, confronting a buildup of GOP criticism, are seeking to sell the president’s executive actions on immigration as good politics and good policy.
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio announced Thursday evening that he is filing a lawsuit against President Barack Obama for the executive action he is taking on immigration.
The president is setting new enforcement priorities that could make it easier for many more people in the U.S. illegally to stay in the country.
Ex-ABC News President: Real Concern If We Come To Place Where Major Broadcast Outlets Not Fully Covering News
ABC, CBS and NBC decided against covering President Barack Obama’s speech on immigration live on Thursday, although the Spanish-language Univision network is delaying its telecast of the Latin Grammy Awards to show the address.
Immigrants in the country illegally already are flooding attorneys’ offices with calls to see if they can qualify under President Barack Obama’s yet-to-be-announced plan to shield as many as 5 million immigrants from deportation.
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., went on the offensive against President Barack Obama after he announced he will address the nation Thursday night on taking execution action on immigration.
In a broad test of his executive powers, President Barack Obama declared Wednesday he will sidestep Congress and order his own federal action on immigration — in measures that could spare from deportation as many as 5 million people illegally in the U.S. and set up one of the most pitched partisan confrontations of his presidency.