The number of illegal aliens crossing the border from Mexico into the US doubled from February 2018 to February 2019, and for April 2019 the number is expected to reach 100,000, many of whom are moving into California, New Mexico, Arizona and Texas.
As a result President Donald Trump is now shaking up the top ranks of the Department of Homeland Security and asking White House advisors to take a direct role in implementing immigration policy in an effort to reverse the waves of illegal families coming to the United States.
Recently Trump signed that he will change the top ranks of government agencies. He signed that he may oust the director of Citizenship and Immigration Services.
The entire system will be subject to change under the Trump Administration as sanctuary cities and political and social unrest have encouraged millions of illegals to come to the United States.
On Monday, a Federal judge blocked the Trump Administration to prevent him from returning illegal immigrants to Mexico. Trump has countered with putting forth Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Kevin McAleenan as the new sitting member of this government agency.
Immigration policy was a central plank in the Trump Campaign of 2016 and he is clearly going to run on this key issue in 2020. The questions will be just how will the current border issues be resolved. Beto O`Rourke and other US Democratic candidates want to bring down the wall and allow unchecked migration of millions into the United States.