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Raw video: acting U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Director Ken Cuccinelli disputes with the Democratic Republic of the Debbie Wasserman Schultz on Trump administration’s immigration policy, during a house oversight and Reform Subcommittee hearing.
Act US citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Director Ken Cuccinelli collided Wednesday with Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Fla., after you accused him of and President of the Trump in connection to a “white supremacy ideology” by allegedly trying to block, non-Caucasian migrants from entering the United States
“My voters, Americans in this country do not be fooled: this government’s flimsy attempt to distinguish between documented and undocumented immigration,” Wasserman Schultz Cuccinelli said in a house Oversight subcommittee hearing on the treatment of migrants.
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“You and Mr. Trump does not want someone who looks and speaks differently than Caucasian Americans to be allowed in this country,” she added.
“This is wrong,” Cuccinelli shot back. He was then interrupted by the former Democratic National Committee Chairman, told him not to interrupt you, but, he continued: “This is defamatory.”
“Excuse me, there is nothing defamatory about you,” she said.
Wasserman Schultz wasn’t finished: “you want to block all immigration and make life more difficult for immigrants, and you have shown that you can keep track of this heinous white supremacy ideology at any price, even if it means that seriously ill children, their collateral damage in the process.”
The hearing was held to discuss the administration’s decision this summer to suspend a program that delayed deportation of some illegal immigrants who sought emergency medical treatment. The administration approved the program in September, after a backlash from Democrats and activists.
Wasserman Schultz need a reference to the administration of the public charge rule — that limits the green cards for immigrants that are considered to be likely to be on welfare — and asked how many children would be affected by the rule.
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But Cuccinelli answers to your assertion that he was pursuing a white-supremacy ideology wanted to.
“After the declare, I said he is not a white supremacist am, as you indicated, the President is…”.
“The facts of the question,” Wasserman Schultz responded.
“Yes, you do, the truth that counts,” said Cuccinelli
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When Wasserman Schultz said, was: “why am I saying, you Cuccinelli disagreed with here today,” again.
“No, you certainly are not, they are safely camouflaged in the legislative privilege, that means that you can’t tell the truth,” he said.
Cuccinelli is closely watched as a possible successor to the outgoing Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan. McAleenan last day of work is on Thursday, and an announcement of a successor is expected soon.
It is Wasserman Schultz is ‘ s first fight with a trump card to immigration officials. In a hearing last month, former Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Director Thomas Homann accused to give “chauvi tables, bigoted testimony.”