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  1. ImmigrationLawBlogs's Avatar
    This is a site for discussion of policy, not personalities, but it is an inescapable truth that there are times when policies are determined by personalities, and it becomes difficult, or impossible, to separate the two.

    We are living in such a time, known as the "Donald Trump Era."

    Therefore questions about the president's mental stability are highly relevant, indeed unavoidable, in a discussion of policy matters relating to immigration or any other topic.

    Roger Algase
    Attorney at Law

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    POLITICO reports on August 2 that John Kelly, the new White House chief of staff who was moved over to that position from his previous job as DHS chief, has called Trump's embattled Attorney General to assure Jeff Sessions that his job is safe despite Trump's openly and frequently expressed anger at him for recusing himself from the Russia investigation, in which Special Counsel Robert Mueller has now impaneled a grand jury in a clear sign that this is a criminal investigation.

    Presumably, therefore, Sessions will be free to continue to carry out his agenda of turning America's immigration system back to the bigoted northern European whites only immigration act of 1924.

    Sessions praised this law as an ideal for America to follow as recently as January 2015, in his immigration "Handbook" for Congressional Republicans.

    An earlier German commentator, writing about that same law that Sessions admires so much some 90 years earlier in an autobiographical manifesto known to the world as Mein Kampf, also praised that same law and said that it gave him inspiration for his own policy proposals, which he later had the chance to put into effect beginning in 1933 and continuing until 1945. His name was Adolf Hitler.


    Jerusalem Post: 1/25/2013:

    Foundations of Holocaust:1924, Congress decides No More Jews

    Of course, even though Sessions' job appears to be safe for now, Kelly has no power to guarantee that, any more than he can guarantee his own tenure in the White House, working for a thin-skinned president with autocratic tendencies who easily takes offense at almost anything and is prone to feel "betrayed" even by his closest associates.

    It will be interesting to see whether both Kelly and Sessions, or either one of them, will still be working in the White House by the end of this year.

    Roger Algase
    Attorney at Law

    Updated 08-04-2017 at 01:01 AM by ImmigrationLawBlogs
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