Weekly Security Digest - May 3, 2020
A federal judge in Oregon who previously blocked President Trump’s order to bar immigrants who lacked or could not afford health insurance refused to do the same with regard to Trump’s recent pause on green cards.
China’s military banished a “provocative” US Navy destroyer from the South China Sea this week amid escalating tensions in the region — with the Communist country also expected to squash more pro-Democracy protests in Hong Kong.
President Trump said Thursday that he has seen evidence linking the novel coronavirus to a lab in Wuhan, China, without providing further details.
U.S. President Donald Trump said he believes China’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic is proof that Beijing “will do anything they can” to make him lose his re-election bid in November.
President Trump on Tuesday suggested that federal assistance to states financially impacted by the coronavirus outbreak could be tied to whether so-called sanctuary cities make adjustments to their immigration policies.
Thank you to Debbie for submitting Barry Thurlow to be featured as Secure America Now's Veteran of the Week!
"My hero is my husband. When he was 17, he enlisted in the Army. He wanted to serve his country. He served only three years because of injuries. He is now 100% service connected disabled. He's been my husband for 50 years in July. He will always be my hero."
Thank you, Barry, for your service!
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