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A suspicious pattern is emerging for how the White House handles its most controversial plans

Original story at Business Insider• 2 mentions • 4 days ago

Business Insider 4 days ago

 
The White House quickly denied an explosive AP report published on Friday morning that said the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) was seeking to mobilize 100,000 National Guard troops to round up and deport undocumented immigrants across the country. "It is false," White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said, according to a pool report. "It is irresponsible to be saying this. There is no effort at all to round up, to utilize the National Guard to round up illegal immigrants." "I wish you guys had asked before you tweeted," Spicer added. An AP reporter, however, replied that the wire service ...
 
 
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"These are taxpayer-funded spokespeople...refusing to respond to routine questions" https://t.co/qCB0gHpF8Z
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A fishy pattern is emerging for how the White House handles its most controversial plans https://t.co/ZLXWgDJu6d https://t.co/2EpaW37KxN