Daily Dispatch 11/26/18

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Daily Dispatch

November 26, 2018

Top Story: Border Meltdown

Border closing at San Ysidro port of entry causes chaos; CBP agents shoot teargas into crowds. Full coverage from AP, Reuters, and HuffPo.

Tijuana’s mayor petitions the U.N. for aid in dealing with the humanitarian crisis at the border.

Details remain unclear, but an official from Obrador’s transition team confirms planned deal with U.S. to keep asylum seekers in Mexico: “Either you sit at the table or you’re a part of the menu.” More coverage from the Texas Tribune here.

Stephen Miller’s faction wins out over Kelly and Nielsen in West Wing clash over military use of lethal force at the border.

REUTERS: A Honduran toddler in diapers who came to the border on the migrant caravan sobs
after she and her mother fled tear gas fired by American officers at the Mexican border Sunday.

Other Stories:

From Houston Public Media: “Fifty Percent Fewer Texas ‘Dreamers’ Renewed DACA in Fiscal Year 2018”

From the New York Times: “Why Big Law Is Taking On Trump Over Immigration”

From Politico: “Stalemate on Trump’s wall amid threat of shutdown”

From the Texas Tribune: “Advocates say the timing is right for independent oversight of Texas prisons”


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