Trump has been making immigration policy announcements on a daily basis, but it hasn’t always been pretty.
In some cases, his policies have been extremely aggressive.
The president has said he wants to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, and the DHS has ordered more immigration checkpoints than any other president in history.
But the DHS says its actions have actually reduced the number of people in detention and forced families to move, according to a new report from the advocacy group Families Against Mandatory Minimums.
That means that the agency has not had to implement new security measures to secure its facilities, and it is still not putting more officers on the ground.
In a recent press conference, DHS Secretary John Kelly defended the agency’s decision to not implement new border security measures and said that it will “continue to enforce existing laws.”
Trump’s rhetoric has been a major issue with immigration policy for months.
He has called for a “deportation force” and pledged to build the wall on the southern border.
But critics say that he’s made a lot of false promises about immigration enforcement, and he has shown a tendency to take some questionable actions that may have unintended consequences.
Here’s what you need to know about the border security program.