A lot of the migrants trying to cross the border come from El Salvador. California Governor Gavin Newsom is there this week to understand the migrant crisis. The trip comes after President Trump recently announced he will cut off aid to El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras because he believes they aren’t doing enough to stem the flow of migrants to the U.S.
In El Salvador, California Governor Newsom wades into immigration debate
From this Episode:
Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen resigns, what’s next for immigration policy?
More top officials at the Department of Homeland Security will reportedly be out just one day after Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen resigned.
7 min, 52 sec
Gov. Newsom gets a close look at why people are leaving El Salvador
A lot of the migrants trying to cross the border come from El Salvador. It’s a dangerous country, and California Governor Gavin Newsom is there this week to understand the...
5 min, 54 sec
Will President Trump turn over his tax returns if Democrats subpoena them?
A top House Democrat last week asked the Treasury Department to turn over six years of President Trump’s tax returns, setting a deadline for later this week.
8 min, 32 sec
In Israeli elections, why is voter turnout among Arab Israelis so low?
Israel is holding an election on Tuesday. Arabs make up about 20 percent of the Israeli population, but usually only a fraction vote in national elections.
8 min, 45 sec