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From the Pages of Orlando Weekly: Former National Security Adviser John Bolton’s New Book

This week, former National Security Adviser John Bolton, who’s rarely met a country he didn’t want to bomb, published the umpteenth insider tell-all to emerge from the first three years of the Trump administration. Like most of the previous ones, it paints President Trump as an incompetent, corrupt buffoon. The 500-page book spotlights conduct that falls somewhere between embarrassing and impeachable, covering Trump’s quid pro quo with Ukraine; his advice to China’s president to move forward with Uighur Muslim concentration camps; and his defense of the Saudi crown prince in the wake of his murder of a journalist. Just before publication, the Department of Justice sued to halt the book’s release, claiming the book contained classified information. A judge ruled …
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Intersection: Immigrant Advocates React To The Travel Ban

The Supreme Court upheld the Trump administration’s travel ban that restricts entry to travelers from five Muslim majority countries. The White House says its immigration policies are designed to shore up national security, but opponents of the ban say it’s discriminatory and dangerous. Rasha Mubarak of the Council on American Islamic Relations and Kira Romero-Craft of Latino Justice join us to explain how immigrant and civil rights organizations are planning to respond to the ruling.
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DACA Supporters in Central Florida Denounce End to Program

Activists and immigration advocates from more than fifteen organizations gathered outside Orlando City Hall Tuesday afternoon in the heat to denounce the federal government’s decision to end DACA. The decision by the Trump administration gives congress a six-month window to enact legislation to protect DACA beneficiaries.
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