What remains in serious doubt is whether the Trump administration, and its Justice Department, led by one of the most vigorous opponents of federal hate crime law, is listening. The federal government has a duty to use its laws, resources and bully pulpit to address this growing scourge.
Today, through all of the noise about Donald Trump and his lies, I heard her name for the very first time. The sweet little 8-year-old girl, which is the same age of my precious daughter, Savannah, has been missing for three long years. She lived in a D.C.-area homeless shelter with her mother before she was last seen on camera with a janitor at the facility. That janitor in March 2014 was suspected of killing his wife and days later, committed suicide. While many people presume Relisha is dead, clues of her whereabouts have gone cold. She has vanished.
As Trump was in the heat of his presidential campaign, the Trump Organization neglected to register Trump Tower with the city Department of Housing Preservation and Development by the Sept. 1 deadline, officials said.
Gorsuch’s’ second day before the Senate Judiciary Committee kicked off with intense questioning over whether he viewed himself as someone who could keep proper distance from President Trump, who nominated him just 11 days after he was inaugurated.
That money “represents about a third of what we’d spend on counter-terrorism,” O’Neill told the Daily News during a meeting in the Capitol with Schumer. “This is critical for our operation… that $110 million represents about 600 cops. I don’t think there’s clearer terms than that.”
Since President Trump took office, his eldest daughter has been a visible presence in the White House, where her husband, Jared Kushner, already serves as a senior adviser. On Friday, she participated in a meeting on vocational training with the President and German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
The Department of Homeland Security sent out its first “declined detainer” list, claiming it shows uncooperative cities are releasing dangerous criminals into the streets.