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Dozens of asylum seekers return from Mexico after judge puts hold on WH policy

Dozens of asylum seekers are returning to the U.S. after a federal judge ruled they no longer have to wait in Mexico.The DHS plans to appeal the ruling which goes into effect Friday, allowing at least 60 Central American migrants to await their court date in the U.S.Close to 1,500 asylum seekers were told to wait in Mexican border towns, as part of an experimental white house policy to cut down on cases of catch and release.President Trump responded to the ruling by slamming it as unfair to the U.S.




WATCH: Trump admin. plans crackdown on MS-13

President Trump is making changes to the Department of Homeland Security, and is now taking a renewed focus on the violent gang MS-13. One America’s Jack Posobiec sat down with ‘Security Studies Group’ President Jim Hanson to learn more.