In other news, the Secret Service arrested a Chinese woman who lied her way into Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort with a thumb drive that contained Malware.
How many times has this happened when they didn't catch it?
Meanwhile, another minister has quit Theresa May's government and Britain is still a dumpster fire. A "no-deal" Brexit is just 10 days away.
Finally, Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner has apparently been tasked with fixing another thing he will never be able to fix.
Even as President Donald Trump threatens to shut down the southern border, his administration is quietly working on a plan to expand some forms of legal immigration into the U.S.
Jared Kushner, Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser, has been working for months on a proposal that could increase the number of low- and high-skilled workers admitted to the country annually, four people involved in the discussions told POLITICO.
The low-profile effort to allow more legal immigrants into the U.S. stands in stark contrast to Trump’s increasingly dramatic efforts to curb illegal immigration, an issue he speaks about daily and describes as a national crisis.