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Top Democrat demands ‘boss of everybody’ Stephen Miller appear before Congress and explain the chaos he is creating

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Appearing on CNN’s “State of the Union,” Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) was sharply critical of President Donald Trump adviser Stephen Miller for creating chaos at the border with his immigration policies.

Speaking with host Jake Tapper, Nadler scorched Miller for Trump’s declaration that he would start dumping immigrants in sanctuary cities, saying the Trump aide needs to appear before Congress and explain what exactly the administration is attempting to accomplish.

“If someone requests asylum, there should be a place for that person to stay while that request is adjudicated,” Nadler began. “Nor is it right for the president to use immigrants or people claiming political asylum as pawns in a fight against political opponents. He shouldn’t use them as what he imagines as retribution to political opponents in various areas — it’s another misuse of presidential power against the law.”

“We heard several weeks ago from whistle-blowers that Stephen Miller proposed this before we heard about it from any other source,” he continued, his voice rising. “Probably Stephen Miller, who seems to be the boss of everybody on immigration, ought to come before Congress and explain some of these policies.”

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Trump’s golf courses fired these five undocumented workers — now they have a plan to spoil his 2020 launch

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Five undocumented immigrants who worked for President Donald Trump's golf courses for years are planning to crash his big 2020 campaign kickoff rally in Florida on Tuesday.

The New York Daily News reports that the former Trump workers plan on going to his rally to highlight his "cruelty and hypocrisy" for welcoming undocumented immigrants to work at his clubs until they became a political inconvenience.

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Congressmen ask special counsel to bring the hammer down on Jared Kushner for Hatch Act violations

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Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA) and Rep. Don Beyer (D-VA) have asked the Office of Special Counsel to open an investigation into Jared Kushner for alleged violations of the Hatch Act.

According to the congressmen, Kushner violated the law by "engaging in prohibited campaign fundraising activities."

Reports have suggested that Kushner has used his official role in the White House to aid President Donald Trump's reelection effort.

Last week the Office of Special Counsel took the unprecedented step of recommending Kellyanne Conway's removal from service for violations of the Hatch Act.

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‘Black students don’t tip’: Texas restaurant says forcing African-American kids to pay gratuity is not racist

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A restaurant in Cypress, Texas has come under fire after an employee allegedly said that black students "don't tip."

Brittany Blakney told KPRC that she and her friends went to Locatelli’s restaurant to celebrate graduating from Prairie View A&M University.

Blakney said that she was surprised to find out that the server had already added a 15% gratuity to her check.

“He said, 'Black students from Prairie View don’t tip,'” she recalled.

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