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But when Sawyer tried to call her last month with the good news that she would be allowed into the United States, she couldn’t reach her – Jasibi had been kidnapped again. Biden has filled many key immigration advisory positions with high-profile migrant advocates, including some opponents of the Title 42 border restrictions. Since Biden took office, U.S. border authorities have recorded more than 300,000 expulsions under Title 42. U.S. officials have said the Title 42 border restrictions are partly needed to protect government workers. In recent weeks the United States began admitting asylum seekers whom migrant advocates had identified as being especially vulnerable in Mexico.
Persons: Jasibi, Callaghan O'Hare, Joe Biden, Ariana Sawyer, Sawyer, Biden, Andrea Flores, Flores, Donald Trump, ” Flores, , Joseph Amon, Del Organizations: WASHINGTON, REUTERS, Trump, Reuters, Human Rights Watch, Publicly, Biden, American Civil Liberties Union, ACLU, National Security Council, U.S, Department of Health, Human Services, Central Americans, U.S . Centers for Disease Control, Prevention, Drexel University, CDC, DHS, United, Human Rights Locations: Honduras, Texas, U.S, United States, Mexico, Jasibi, Honduran, Del Rio , Texas, Ciudad Acuna, Del Rio
The interviews provide an anecdotal snapshot of the mood within border patrol and, as such, do not represent the views of all agents. “It is his fault.”The 97-year-old border patrol agency has been whipsawed by policy changes under Republican and Democratic administrations that have required them to frequently modify their approach to migrants they encounter at the border. Rosemarie Pepperdine, a border patrol agent working in Casa Grande, Arizona, is one of those who said she was considering taking early retirement. The border patrol wanted to use a police station to set up a command post to aid the search. But that was rejected by police, who according to Hall felt that was unnecessary because the border patrol had their own facilities.
Persons: Joe Biden’s, Go Nakamura, Donald Trump’s, Biden, Chris Magnus, Magnus, Brandon Judd, ” Judd, Rosemarie Pepperdine, , , Magnus ’, Kevin Hall, Hall, ” Magnus “, ” Hall, ” Magnus, Claudia Jasso, Gil Kerlikowske, Barack Obama, Kerlikowske, ProPublica, Kevin McAleenan, Gil Maza, ’ Maza, Rodney Scott, , ” Scott, Troy Miller, Breitbart Organizations: WASHINGTON, Welcome, U.S . Border Patrol, REUTERS, . Customs, Border Protection, Tucson Police, U.S . Senate, Border Patrol, Reuters, National Border Patrol Council, Republican, Capitol, Trump, Democratic, Biden, Facebook Locations: U.S, El Salvador, Rio Grande, United States, Mexico, Roma , Texas, Casa Grande , Arizona, Honduran, Tucson, Norway
Some U.S. border patrol agents are so frustrated with President Joe Biden’s more liberal border policies that they are considering early retirement, while other disgruntled colleagues are buying unofficial coins that say ‘U.S. The interviews provide an anecdotal snapshot of the mood within border patrol and, as such, do not represent the views of all agents. The 97-year-old border patrol agency has been whipsawed by policy changes under Republican and Democratic administrations that have required them to frequently modify their approach to migrants they encounter at the border. The border patrol wanted to use a police station to set up a command post to aid the search. But that was rejected by police, who according to Hall felt that was unnecessary because the border patrol had their own facilities.
Persons: Joe Biden’s, Donald Trump's, Biden, Chris Magnus, Magnus, Brandon Judd, Judd, Rosemarie Pepperdine, Kevin Hall, Hall, Claudia Jasso, Gil Kerlikowske, Barack Obama, Kerlikowske, ProPublica, Kevin McAleenan, Joe, Gil Maza, Maza, Rodney Scott, Scott, Troy Miller, Breitbart Organizations: Welcome, . Customs, Border Protection, Tucson Police, U.S . Senate, Border Patrol, Reuters, National Border Patrol Council, Republican, Capitol, Trump, Democratic, Biden, Facebook, U.S . Border Patrol, Thomson Locations: U.S, Casa Grande , Arizona, Honduran, Tucson, Norway, United States
An asylum-seeking migrant father carries his child while waiting to be escorted by the U.S. Border Patrol after crossing the Rio Grande river into the United States from Mexico, in Roma, Texas, U.S., May 6, 2021. REUTERS/Go Nakamura/File PhotoThe United States has begun rolling out a new system to identify and admit the most vulnerable migrants at ports of entry along the U.S.-Mexico border, according to three people briefed on the matter. They will be released into the United States and given a notice to appear in immigration court to present their asylum claims. A spokeswoman for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said the United States requested the agency channel U.S. funds to the non-profit groups involved. The expulsions have left many migrants stranded in dangerous border cities in Mexico.
Persons: Go Nakamura, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Biden, Eleanor Acer Organizations: U.S . Border Patrol, REUTERS, Migrants, State Department, United Nations, Refugees, Trump, U.S . Centers for Disease Control, Prevention, Human, American Civil Liberties Union, ACLU, U.S, Thomson Locations: Rio Grande, United States, Mexico, Roma , Texas, U.S, States, El Paso , Texas, Texas, Brownsville, Laredo, Hidalgo, Nogales , Arizona
U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas speaks during a press briefing at the White House in Washington, U.S., March 1, 2021. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque/File PhotoU.S. authorities will limit immigration arrests in or near courthouses in an effort to balance the need for access to the justice system with enforcement efforts, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) said on Tuesday. The move reverses a policy put in place under former President Donald Trump that expanded immigration arrests at courthouses, which DHS said had a chilling effect on people's willingness to come to court and cooperate with law enforcement. “Ensuring that individuals have access to the courts advances the fair administration of justice, promotes safety for crime victims, and helps to guarantee equal protection under the law,” DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said in a statement. Our Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Alejandro Mayorkas, Kevin Lamarque, Donald Trump Organizations: Department of Homeland, White, REUTERS, U.S . Department of Homeland Security, DHS, Thomson Locations: Washington , U.S
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Top aides to President Joe Biden are ramping up pressure on the agency that shelters thousands of unaccompanied migrant children, voicing frustration that kids are not being released quickly enough from detention, three U.S. officials said. HHS is in charge of housing the migrant children and vetting potential U.S. sponsors, often parents and close relatives, who seek to take them in. “These are people who signed up to help kids.”The tensions within the administration have not previously been reported in detail. HHS officials worry that speeding up the vetting process too much could lead children to be released into unsafe situations, according to two of the three Biden administration officials. Attorney Melissa Adamson, who represents migrant kids as part of a long-standing legal settlement governing their care, said she recently visited two shelters and spoke with children there.
Persons: Joe Biden, Biden, Susan Rice, Amy Pope, Rice, Mark Weber, ” Weber, , Vedant Patel, Donald Trump’s, , ” Rice, Neha Desai, Ilene, Sarahy, ‘ Mami, , hadn’t, ” Sarahy, Melissa Adamson Organizations: WASHINGTON, Care, White House, U.S . Office, Refugee Resettlement, Department of Health, Human Services, REUTERS, U.S . Department of Health, White, HHS, Central America, Customs, Border, Reuters, Democratic Party, Biden, HHS “, National Center for Youth Law, Dallas Convention Locations: Carrizo Springs , Texas, U.S, Central, Mexico, apprehensions, Ohio, Honduras, Dallas, San Diego
His hope, as he set out from Guatemala with his aunt and her young daughter, was that they would all be able to reunite with his mother, Emiliana, in California together. About 11,900 children were in HHS shelters and nearly 5,800 children were in border patrol custody as of March 28. To reduce overcrowding, the administration is rapidly expanding emergency influx shelters and surveying military bases to host migrant children. Verifying the nationality and identity of a person arriving at the border is time consuming, he said. While Leonardo had his mother waiting for him, some children separated from their relatives at the U.S.-Mexico border do not.
Persons: Leonardo, Emily, Lucy Nicholson, Emiliana, Leonardo’s, Aunt Rosa, Joe Biden’s, caretaking, Biden, Salvador Zamora, , Chad Wolf, Donald Trump, , Rosalina, Marisol, ” Rosalina, Yliana Johansen, Amy Cohen, Leonardo doesn’t, ” Leonardo, God Organizations: FRANCISCO, Reuters, REUTERS, Department of Health, Human Services, U.S . Customs, Border Protection, HHS, CBP, Law Locations: Guatemala, California, Los Angeles , California, U.S, Los, Mexico, New York, Ciudad Juarez , Mexico, Los Angeles, United States
On top of the original travel ban that kept them apart for years, Trump issued another ban in 2020 that blocked certain immigrant visas because of the coronavirus pandemic. Biden has not yet said whether he will rescind the proclamation, but until he does, Taghdissi Jani will remain in Iran. But for many families separated by the travel ban a reunion isn’t on the cards anytime soon due to layers of pandemic-related travel and visa restrictions. She added that the Biden administration planned to “strengthen public health measures around international travel.”The Biden administration did not immediately respond to a request for comment about whether he plans to lift the immigration bans. Aryan Jafari, whose parents missed milestones such as his engagement and the birth of his baby due to the travel ban, said he got emotional after the presidential election in November, when it became clear the travel ban would be repealed.
Persons: Joe Biden’s, Darbani, Maryam Taghdissi Jani, Biden, ” Maryam Taghdissi Jani, Trump, Taghdissi Jani, ” Darbani, , Jen Psaki, , Curtis Morrison, Lameaa Albarmaki, Jafari Organizations: ANGELES, Reuters, REUTERS, Trump, U.S, Supreme, State Department Locations: Iran, Tehran, Handout, United States, Los Angeles, U.S, , Europe, Brazil, Yemeni, Baltimore
At least six of those will deal with immigration, according to a memo, making it a major focus of Biden’s first day in office. Taken together, the actions show Biden is beginning his presidency with a sharp focus on immigration, just as Trump kept the issue at the center of his policy agenda until the last days of his administration. In one of his few post-election public appearances, Trump visited a section of the U.S.-Mexico border wall earlier this month. Many DACA, TPS holders, and farmworkers would be immediately eligible to apply for green cards, officials said. Trump tried to end DACA and phase out TPS for some countries but was stymied in federal court.
Persons: Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Jill Biden, Tom Brenner Biden, Jen Psaki, Biden, Trump, Barack Obama, , Ronald Reagan, Kamala Harris, Jessica Vaughan, Jake Sullivan Organizations: ANGELES, Reuters, Lincoln Memorial, REUTERS, Democrat, Department of Homeland Security, Trump, White, TPS, DACA, Republican, Washington -, Immigration Studies, Incoming Locations: Washington , U.S, U.S, Mexico, United States, Texas, Central America, Washington
At least six of those will deal with immigration, according to a memo, making it a major focus of Biden’s first day in office. Taken together, the actions show Biden is beginning his presidency with a sharp focus on immigration, just as Trump kept the issue at the center of his policy agenda until the last days of his administration. Many DACA, TPS holders, and farmworkers would be immediately eligible to apply for green cards, officials said. DACA and TPS currently offer eligibility for work permits and protection from deportation but no permanent legal status. Biden was vice president when former President Barack Obama created DACA to protect young immigrants, often called “Dreamers,” brought to the United States as children.
Persons: Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Jill Biden, Tom Brenner Biden, Jen Psaki, Biden, Trump, Barack Obama, , Ronald Reagan, Kamala Harris, Jessica Vaughan, Marco Rubio, Jake Sullivan Organizations: ANGELES, Reuters, Lincoln Memorial, REUTERS, Democrat, White, Department of Homeland Security, Trump, TPS, DACA, Republican, U.S . House, Washington -, Immigration Studies, U.S . Centers for Disease, U.S . Customs, Incoming Locations: United States, Washington , U.S, U.S, Mexico, Texas, Central America, Washington, Florida
FILE PHOTO: U.S. President-elect Joe Biden and his wife Jill Biden attend a coronavirus disease (COVID-19) memorial event at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, U.S. January 19, 2021. Biden will also lift barriers to legal immigration put in place by his Republican predecessor over the past four years, the memo said. The new president is also expected on Jan. 29 to end a Trump program called the Migrant Protection Protocols, according to a person familiar with the plan. Taken together, the actions show Biden is beginning his presidency with a sharp focus on immigration, just as Trump kept the issue at the center of his policy agenda until the last days of his administration. One case challenging DACA, which was put in place in 2012 when Biden was vice president under former President Barack Obama, is still pending in Texas.
Persons: Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Jill Biden, Tom Brenner Biden, Biden, Trump, Myron Brilliant, BILL, farmworkers, Barack Obama, Ronald Reagan, Kamala Harris, Marco Rubio, Jake Sullivan, Organizations: WASHINGTON, Lincoln Memorial, REUTERS, Democratic president’s, Department of Homeland Security, Reuters, Republican, Trump, U.S . Chamber of Commerce, White, TPS, U.S . House, U.S . Centers for Disease, U.S . Customs, Incoming Locations: United States, Washington , U.S, U.S, Mexico, Texas, Marco Rubio of Florida, Central America
U.S. President Joe Biden signs executive orders in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, after his inauguration as the 46th President of the United States, U.S., January 20, 2021. REUTERS/Tom BrennerIn a sharp departure from his Republican predecessor, Biden, a Democrat, also sent an immigration bill to lawmakers that proposes opening a path to citizenship for millions of immigrants living in the United States unlawfully. In one of his rare post-election public appearances, Trump visited a section of the U.S.-Mexico border wall earlier this month. Biden’s decision to immediately roll back Trump’s travel ban won praise from business groups and migrant advocates. “The situation at the border is one we intend to change, but it is going to take considerable time,” he said.
Persons: Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Tom Brenner, Biden, Trump, Myron Brilliant, , Kamala Harris, Marco Rubio, , Jake Sullivan Organizations: WASHINGTON, White, REUTERS, Republican, Democrat, White House, Department of Homeland Security, U.S . Chamber of Commerce, U.S, Supreme, State Department, Reuters, Trump, U.S . House, U.S . Centers for Disease, U.S . Customs, Incoming Locations: Washington, United States, U.S, Mexico, Marco Rubio of Florida, Central America
Slideshow ( 5 images )“The threat of domestic extremism is one of the greatest challenges that the Department of Homeland Security confronts,” Mayorkas told the Senate Homeland Security Committee in a confirmation hearing before Biden is set to take office on Wednesday. One of the first major challenges for Mayorkas would be delivering on Biden’s promises to reverse many of the restrictionist immigration policies put in place by Trump. He also faces the prospect of thousands of migrants traveling in caravans through Central America arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border. He highlighted his heritage as a Cuban immigrant in his opening statement to the Senate committee. Citizenship and Immigration Services agency under Obama.
Persons: Joe Biden’s, Alejandro Mayorkas, ” Mayorkas, Biden, Mayorkas, Barack Obama, Donald Trump, Kamala Harris, , Organizations: YORK, U.S . Department of Homeland Security, U.S . Congress, Department of Homeland, Senate Homeland Security, Department of Homeland Security, U.S . Capitol, Republicans, Trump, Central America, Immigration, Customs Enforcement, ICE, U.S . Citizenship, Immigration Services, Obama Locations: Central, U.S, Mexico, United States, Cuban, California
Digital flyers have circulated in those spaces for weeks advertising armed marches in Washington and state capitals around the inauguration, posts that prompted recent warnings from federal law enforcement about potential violence. But some far-right groups on public platforms have cautioned supporters to avoid such demonstrations, saying, without evidence, that they are traps set by law enforcement to crack down on gun rights. MISSED SIGNSA Jan. 5 memo from an FBI office in Virginia underscores the difficulties facing law enforcement agencies now in trying to determine which threats around the inauguration are real and which are bluster. It was downplayed by many law enforcement agencies, partly because the FBI labeled the material unconfirmed “open source reporting,” according to a law enforcement source familiar with the memo. Frank Figliuzzi, a former assistant FBI director for counterintelligence, said law enforcement officials will be more active in letting some right-wing online users fomenting violence know they are being watched.
Persons: Trump, Donald Trump, Joe Biden’s, CONN_WYNN, Shannon Stapleton, , Christopher Wray, Mike Pence, , David Westreich, Westreich, Jared Maples, Wray, Mike Sena, ” Sena, Sena, ” Steven D’Antuono, Eduard Florea, Florea, Raphael Warnock of Georgia, Chris Hill, Enrique Tarrio, Devin Burghart, we’re, Melissa Ryan, Ryan, Frank Figliuzzi Organizations: WASHINGTON, U.S, Capitol, U.S . Congress, REUTERS, U.S . Federal, San, FBI, Apple, Google, , New, New Jersey Office of Homeland Security, National Counterterrorism Center, Justice and Homeland Security, Reuters, Northern California Regional Intelligence Center, Washington , D.C, Democratic U.S, Facebook, % Security Force, Institute for Research, Human, DC Locations: Washington , U.S, Investigation’s San Francisco, San Francisco, Washington, Dubai, ., New Jersey, United States, In Queens , New York, Washington ,, Georgia, Virginia
While most “boogaloos” are libertarians who largely oppose Trump, Dunn said the group embraced the moment to strike against the government. Trump had falsely suggested to his followers that Pence could ignore the official count and hand Trump a second term. U.S. Capitol Police and the Metropolitan Police Department said on Thursday they had arrested a combined 82 people during the unrest. Far-right groups have praised the siege in encrypted chat rooms and defended the participants as “patriots” on social media. Trump has faced criticism during his presidency for failing to take seriously the threat posed by far-right extremists in particular.
Persons: Donald Trump, Mike Theiler, Mike Dunn, Dunn, Donald Trump’s, , Trump, Joe Biden’s, boogaloos, Nick Fuentes, Jim Bourg, Mike Pence, ” Bourg, Pence, Biden, ” Trump, Devin Burghart, Burghart, , Oren Segal, Amy Cooter, Cooter, , Tom O’Connor, ” Enrique Tarrio, Tarrio, “ You’re Organizations: WASHINGTON, U.S, Capitol, REUTERS, U.S . House, Democratic, British, Trump, YouTube, U.S . Capitol Police, Metropolitan Police Department, Reuters, Twitter, NEW, Protesters, Institute for Research, Human, , Defamation League’s, Extremism, Federal Bureau of Investigation, U.S . Department of Homeland Security, Oklahoma City, DHS, mob, Vanderbilt University, Biden, FBI, Biden’s Locations: Washington , U.S, U.S, Virginia, Texas, Pacific, Washington, United States, Charlottesville , Virginia, Florida
Parents, teachers and others poured out their thoughts in 1,100 public comments posted online before the September meeting. “If our schools do not open in person I will yank both my boys OUT and take them to another school district!! The Jefferson County School District near Denver, for instance, is temporarily switching most students to all-remote learning this month amid the surge of cases in Colorado. In Texas’ rural Louise Independent School District, about a third of the roughly 500 students started the year with remote instruction. So on Sept. 22, Oliver sent a letter to district families announcing that the remote instruction would end the following week.
Persons: Ellyah Gonzalez, Lazae Palacios, Go Nakamura, , Larry Rother, Chandler, Stacey Cole, Cole, Don’t, Maddie Weiser, , ” Weiser, ” Mamie Huff, ’ Michael Hester, Hester, Joel Tumlison, ” Tumlison, Michael Hinojosa, ” Maren Butcher, Garth Oliver, ” Oliver, Oliver, Randi Weingarten, Weingarten, Joe, “ We’ve, ” Jennifer Lees, “ We’re, Katie Nash, Dan Domenech, Nash, Butcher, Sydney Leggett, “ I’m, ” Leggett, “ It’s Organizations: Reuters, Louise Elementary School, REUTERS, Chandler, New, The New York, Jefferson County School District, Corpus Christi, Hoops, Storm Lake Community School District, Dallas Independent School District, U.S . Centers for Disease Control, Kaiser Family Foundation, Batesville School, Arkansas Department of Health, Louise Independent School District, ACT, American Federation of Teachers, , Chandler Education Association, White, School, Association Locations: Chandler , Arizona, Louise , Texas, U.S, Phoenix, United States, New York City, The New York City, Denver, Colorado, Premont , Texas, Corpus, Iowa, Arizona’s Chandler, Jefferson County, COVID, Dallas, Batesville, Batesville School District, Arkansas, Dallas , Texas, , Chandler, Arizona, Texas, Grantham , New Hampshire
(Reuters) - Far-right groups and other backers of U.S. President Donald Trump plan to rally in Washington on Saturday in a public show of support for his unsubstantiated claim of widespread voting fraud in the Nov. 3 election. In addition to the Washington event, pro-Trump protests and counterprotests are planned in other major cities around the country. Law enforcement had warned of potential violence around the election, including from extremist groups, which so far has not come to pass. Experts on extremist groups said that the Washington demonstrations had the potential to become violent if protesters clashed with counterprotesters. They have given their rallies different names, including the Million MAGA March, the March for Trump and Stop the Steal DC.
Persons: Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Jim Urquhart, Republican Trump, Trump’s, Alex Jones, Nationalist ” Nicholas Fuentes, Heartwarming, ” Trump, counterprotesters, Christopher Rodriguez, , , Rodriguez, Trump, MAGA, Biden, Enrique Tarrio, Stewart Rhodes Organizations: Reuters, U.S, Democratic, REUTERS, Republican, Nationalist, Trump, Twitter, Homeland Security, Emergency Management, White, District of Columbia Locations: Washington, Maricopa, Phoenix , Arizona, U.S, Freedom, Florida, District
The fact that the alleged gunman was not known to police serves as a stark reminder of the difficulties facing U.S. law enforcement agencies around next Tuesday’s general election when Republican President Donald Trump will seek to fend off Democratic challenger Joe Biden, former law enforcement officials said. More than a dozen current and former law enforcement officials told Reuters that the country’s worsening political polarization, rising agitation over pandemic lockdowns, and high unemployment are a toxic brew that could erupt in the coming days. The election could serve as a “trigger” for extremists, O’Connor said in an interview, during which he discussed his recent presentation. DAUNTING TASKBut tracking and preventing potential attacks is a daunting task, current and former law enforcement officials told Reuters. The presence of armed extremists at protests could escalate tensions, even if the groups do not intend it, several former law enforcement officials said.
Persons: Tom O’Connor, Jim Urquhart, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Gretchen Whitmer, O’Connor, Jorge Colina, ” Colina, Jared Maples, ” Maples, Trump, , George Washington, MacNab, Robert Bowers, Bowers, bluster, Thomas Plofchan, Mary McCord, Mike Dunn, Dunn, Chris Hill, “ I’m, Tom O’Connor, Jorge Colina, Robert Bowers, Mike Dunn, Chris Hill Organizations: WASHINGTON, Federal Bureau, Investigation’s, Proud, REUTERS, Democratic, Authorities, Democrat, Wolverine, Reuters, Miami Police Department, Police, New, New Jersey Office of Homeland Security, FBI, U.S . Department of Justice, U.S . Department of Homeland Security, Trump, ACTION, DOJ, Oklahoma City, DHS, for Strategic, International Studies, % Security Force, WASHINGTON (Reuters), Pennsylvania, Oregon, REUTERS Locations: Investigation’s Virginia, Pittsburgh , Pennsylvania, Portland , Oregon, U.S, Miami, New York, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, New York City, Chicago, New Jersey, , United States, Washington, Virginia, Georgia, Pittsburgh, Portland, New York
The fact that the alleged gunman was not known to police serves as a stark reminder of the difficulties facing U.S. law enforcement agencies around next Tuesday’s general election when Republican President Donald Trump will seek to fend off Democratic challenger Joe Biden, former law enforcement officials said. More than a dozen current and former law enforcement officials told Reuters that the country’s worsening political polarization, rising agitation over pandemic lockdowns, and high unemployment are a toxic brew that could erupt in the coming days. The election could serve as a “trigger” for extremists, O’Connor said in an interview, during which he discussed his recent presentation. DAUNTING TASKBut tracking and preventing potential attacks is a daunting task, current and former law enforcement officials told Reuters. The presence of armed extremists at protests could escalate tensions, even if the groups do not intend it, several former law enforcement officials said.
Persons: Tom O’Connor, Jim Urquhart, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Gretchen Whitmer, O’Connor, Jorge Colina, ” Colina, Jared Maples, ” Maples, Trump, , George Washington, MacNab, Robert Bowers, Bowers, bluster, Thomas Plofchan, Mary McCord, Mike Dunn, Dunn, Chris Hill, “ I’m, Tom O’Connor, Jorge Colina, Robert Bowers, Mike Dunn, Chris Hill Organizations: WASHINGTON, Federal Bureau, Investigation’s, Proud, REUTERS, Democratic, Authorities, Democrat, Wolverine, Reuters, Miami Police Department, Police, New, New Jersey Office of Homeland Security, FBI, U.S . Department of Justice, U.S . Department of Homeland Security, Trump, ACTION, DOJ, Oklahoma City, DHS, for Strategic, International Studies, % Security Force, WASHINGTON (Reuters), Pennsylvania, Oregon, REUTERS Locations: Investigation’s Virginia, Pittsburgh , Pennsylvania, Portland , Oregon, U.S, Miami, New York, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, New York City, Chicago, New Jersey, , United States, Washington, Virginia, Georgia, Pittsburgh, Portland, New York
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