June 26, 2020
By Matthew Vadum
The Supreme Court ruled June 25 that the federal government may continue deporting illegal aliens, including failed asylum-seekers, who are placed in the fast-track deportation queue, quickly after they lose their legal fights.
The 7–2 ruling was a victory for President Donald Trump on immigration, his signature political issue. The Trump administration decided to rely on expedited removal, as the fast-track deportation process created in 1996 is known, to clear up frequent processing backlogs. Read the full story at The Epoch Times.
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