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Department of Homeland Security Orders a Deportation Pause for Biden’s First 100 Days
Department of Homeland Security Orders a Deportation Pause for Biden’s First 100 Days

David Pekoske Takes Big Strides Right Out the Gate After his socially-distanced inauguration under the bright Washington DC sky, President Biden got to work fulfilling his campaign promises – most of them involving the overturning of Trump-era decisions. Carrying his same ...

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