President Biden will keep in place the Trump administration’s historically low cap of 15,000 refugees admitted to the United States this year, an apparent reversal of promises to allow into the U.S. more than 60,000 people fleeing danger and persecution.
The Biden administration is giving mixed messages on whether it would leave historically low caps on refugees put in place by former President Trump. For more on this, watch @Yamiche 's interview with @JennyYangWR .
US President Joe Biden has announced the withdrawal of all US and NATO troops from Afghanistan by mid-September, but the preliminary agreement that the Taliban reached with the Trump administration had an earlier exit date. RT looks at what the pull-out will mean for the country.
The Biden administration will keep in place the historically low refugee cap set by former President Donald Trump.
JUST IN: President Biden is keeping the cap on the number of refugees admitted into the U.S. this year at 15,000 — the level that was set by the Trump administration last fall. Biden promised during the campaign to raise the cap to 125,000.
Why would Biden side with Iranian terrorist commander Soleimani against President Trump? Of course Biden was part of the administration that sent $1billion in Cash to Iran much of which ended up funding Soleimani’s terror campaigns.