November 27, 2023
When President Biden sent Congress his Homeland Security budget in the spring, his director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement was peppered with questions from lawmakers about why he was asking for a cut in funding and fewer detention beds at a time when the border was out of control.
Then-Director Tae Johnson deflected the questions, saying technology and some policy tweaks were all ICE needed.
Read the full story at The Washington Times.
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