President Trump’s efforts to crack down on illegal immigration have proven somewhat successful, and a new report by the Associated Press reveals that fewer illegal immigrants are applying for food stamps for fear they may be deported if their immigration status becomes known.

President Trump urged DOJ to “seek an expedited hearing of the watered down Travel Ban before the Supreme Court” while pursuing a “much tougher version in the meantime.” 

Starting with Texas, at least 33 states have introduced immigration enforcement bills since Donald Trump assumed the presidency in January.

Senator Ron Johnson stated that during the Obama years, at least 16 MS-13 gang members were transferred out of federal custody into insecure community placement centers.

Since President Trump signed his executive orders on immigration enforcement, ICE agents have arrested more than 41,000 illegal aliens — up 37.6 percent over last year.

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