While judges have blocked many of President Trump’s efforts at common sense immigration reform at home, internationally his tough attitude on immigration is getting results.
Particularly when it comes to the major problem of countries refusing to take back its deportable aliens.
Frontpage Mag Between cajoling, threats and actual punishments, Homeland Security has managed to drastically cut the number of countries that habitually refuse to take back immigrants whom the U.S. is trying to deport, officials said Tuesday, notching an early immigration success for President Trump.
The number of recalcitrant countries has dropped from 20 to 12 over the months since the presidential election, and some longtime offenders — including Iraq and Somalia — have earned their way off the naughty list. The list of countries is the shortest this decade.