WASHINGTON – The abrupt resignation of President Donald Trump’s third homeland security chief in two years gave no pleasure even to those who…
Sec. Nielsen has been a willing partner in the most cruel and short-sighted immigration agenda in decades. We must defeat Donald Trump and create a more compassionate and sensible immigration system that puts #PeopleFirst.
Read about mine here: https://t.co/U7IFF5JJBN
— Julián Castro (@JulianCastro) April 7, 2019
Let's unite & do everything in our power to elect a president who will not allow her or his DHS Secretary to separate families, tear gas kids,put children in desert tent camps, inflict irreversible damage not only on our fellow human beings but on the conscience of this country.
— Beto O'Rourke (@BetoORourke) April 8, 2019
About time. @SecNielsen’s legacy of tearing innocent families apart will follow her for the rest of her life—and she should be ashamed of the role she played. She was completely unqualified to lead @DHS—and that's why I voted against confirming her. https://t.co/17iglABdvC
— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) April 7, 2019
She was the chief cheerleader for the cruelest immigration policies of this generation. In her name, our govt violated laws & international asylum agreements, 2 children died in custody, resources were squandered, & there was no strategy for the evolving challenges facing @DHSgov
— Rep. Veronica Escobar (@RepEscobar) April 7, 2019
In this Sunday’s @nytimes, we’re telling Fortune 500 CEOs that the people who implemented the Trump administration’s horrendous family separation policies don’t deserve a seat at the boardroom table.
RT if you agree. pic.twitter.com/AqctCuudyG
— Restore Public Trust (@RestoreTrustOrg) April 6, 2019