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Federal judge suspends Biden’s 100-day action order

by YCPress

The new officer took office with three fires.

Just six days after Biden was sworn in, more than 30 executive orders were issued in a row, many of which pointed directly to Trump’s “political legacy”.

During Trump’s tenure, the hostile attitude of the U.S. government towards illegal immigrants in Latin America was very high-profile.

After Biden officially took office as President of the United States on the 20th of this month, he signed an executive order requiring the Department of Homeland Security to freeze the expulsion of illegal immigrants for the next 100 days, which aims to overturn the Trump administration’s restrictions. 

The tough policy of illegal immigration.

Meanwhile, there are also sources that Biden plans to grant legal status to 11 million illegal immigrants.

A large number of people in Central and South America were moved by the news, and illegal immigrants from El Salvador, Honduras, Dominica and other places were eager to try to enter the United States from Central America.

In response, Ken Paxton, the U.S. Attorney General of Texas, close to Mexico, requested a temporary restraining order against the Department of Homeland Security.

Federal Judge Drew Tipton approved the request on the 26th local time to suspend Biden’s 100-day action order, which also frustrated the Biden administration’s new policy for the first time.

Meanwhile, Paxton filed a lawsuit against the Biden administration, and a “Biden administration was accused” rushed to the hot search.

Paxton believes that the Biden administration’s decision violates the U.S. immigration law, and if the measure is not stopped, a large number of illegal immigrants will harm Texas and the whole United States.

After receiving the support of a federal judge, Paxton tweeted happily: “Winning! Texas was the first state to sue the Biden administration, and we won.”