It was a "small victory", MacLean told the New York Daily News . On Tuesday, Avelica-Gonzalez, who has been in the USA for more than 20 years, dropped off his 12-year-old daughter and was on his way to drop off his 13-year-old child when immigration official detained him a block from his daughter's school in Los Angeles, the LAist reports.
America spends almost $600 billion a year on defense, more than the next seven nations combined. It's a stance that could put Trump at odds with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson as well as Defense Secretary James Mattis, who once told lawmakers: "If you don't fund the State Department fully, then I need to buy more ammunition".
During his hearing, Zinke rejected Trump's claim that climate change is a hoax, saying it is indisputable that environmental changes are affecting the world's temperature and human activity is a major reason. Secretary Zinke also issued an open letter to staff at the department outlining his priorities. Cantwell also said Zinke appears willing to support the transfer of some federal lands to states, citing his vote for the GOP-sponsored rules package.
But it is what has been going on privately that has Republican lawmakers upset. In a March 1 blog, the committee said it would move forward with legislation to replace Obamacare with a plan outlined by President Trump in his Joint Sessions speech Tuesday night.
Kyrgios will move on to face Sam Querrey in the semifinals on Friday, while Rafael Nadal will face Marin Cilic in the other. The tournament's top seed, Novak Djokovic, wasn't as fortunate. Djokovic fell in the Aussie Open to Uzbekistan's Denis Istomin, then didn't play again until this week. Djokovic followed that up by saying: "He has a big serve, he deserved to win".
The target of the president's attack appears to be misdirected as the AP reported that a "White House official" leaked Priebus' request for the Federal Bureau of Investigation to squash the reports. A 2009 memo from then-attorney-general Eric Holder said the Justice Department was to advise the White House on pending criminal or civil investigations "only when it is important for the performance of the President's duties and appropriate from a law enforcement perspective".