Trump steps up attack on minority lawmakers, says they ‘hate our country’

The president expressed no regret about his “go back” tweet: “It doesn’t concern me because many people agree with me. And all I’m saying — they want to leave, they can leave.”

Interior to move one-fifth of Bureau of Land Management’s D.C. staff out West in push to shift power out of Washington

The Trump administration’s proposal to move nearly 80 employees from an agency managing more than 10 percent of the nation’s land comes as officials are forcibly reassigning career officials and upending operations across the federal government.

Trump administration moves to restrict access to U.S. asylum system

The new rule, to take effect Tuesday, aims to curb Central American migration by requiring asylum seekers to request refuge in countries they reach before they get to the United States.
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