One of the dozens of people President Donald Trump hours before he left office today was a doctor who helped conceal a high-dollar, long-running health care fraud at a Long Beach hospital.
A “Make America Great Again” flag supporting Donald Trump was flying outside the Long Beach Police Department headquarters this weekend, sparking outrage on social media and a denunciation from police officials.
The Washington Post reported Tuesday that the administration was preparing to target cities that have adopted “sanctuary” policies with a wave of arrests by Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers starting this month.
Trump got his largest haul of donor money ($326,076) from the 90803 ZIP code, which includes Naples and Belmont Shore. That was boosted by a $250,000 donation from a single donor.
In a move that will almost certainly draw legal challenges, President Donald Trump’s today directed the U.S. Secretary of Commerce to exclude undocumented immigrants from the U.S. Census.
Trump, who has frequently feuded with the political leaders of heavily Democratic California over issues such as immigration and voting, also has threatened to withhold federal payments to the state. After being criticized for his response, Trump has shifted gears, expressing words of encouragement to first responders and those of sympathy for hit victims.
In a pre-dawn announcement today, President Donald Trump said via Twitter that the United States military would no longer accept or allow transgender people to serve in any capacity.
While the past week has been dominated by testimony of Russian tampering and the House’s failure to repeal and replace Obamacare, yesterday’s signing of an executive order that seeks to roll back many regulations put in place by former President Barack Obama to help curb climate change put President Donald Trump squarely back in the conversation of being an enemy of the environment.
The Long Beach City Council became one of the first cities in the state to formally back two State Senate bills tied to immigration enforcement and religious freedom protections in voting unanimously to support the California Values Act Tuesday night.
With the Trump administration ushering in a wave of immigration reforms in its first few days of power, the satirical question of what it would be like without a Mexican, or at least some of those currently living in the US undocumented, has become more of a reality than hypothetical.